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2016


2016

Liam Owens, Director, Semantics 21

Wednesday July 13, 2016 (06:34:43)   (2523 Reads)
Semantics 21
Liam, you're the Director of Semantics 21. Tell us a bit about the company and what prompted you to set it up.

Semantics 21 is a UK-based forward-looking digital forensics company, which specialises in the research and development of intelligent algorithms and digital forensics software. What we believe sets Semantics 21 apart from others in the field, is that we have many decades of research and development experience which we leverage to produce our own specialised algorithms specifically suited for digital forensics investigations. For example, we have developed leading-edge algorithms for nudity detection in images and videos, recognition of rotated and profile faces, and age recognition, amongst others. We encapsulate our research within simple to use, yet powerful software designed from the ground up with the assistance of UK Police Digital Forensics Units (DFUs).   more ...

2016

Lee Reiber, COO, Oxygen Forensics

Tuesday June 21, 2016 (16:51:36)   (3779 Reads)
Lee Reiber
Lee, you're COO at Oxygen Forensics. Tell us a bit about your work; what does your day-to-day role entail?

As the Chief Operations Officer of Oxygen Forensics Inc., I wear many hats. Primarily, I assist the company with day to day operations out of Alexandria Virginia, which have grown over 300% in the last 8 months. To keep the team focused with this new growth, I assist support and sales staff by continually educating them on current features, mobile forensic trends, and customer needs. Our support and sales staff constantly receive positive feedback from our customers which is a testament to their hard work and dedication to our products and training. Speaking of training. As you know, training has always been my passion and I wanted to build on our already solid product with a new training curriculum, staff, and certified training partners.   more ...

2016

Noora Al Mutawa, Head of Computer Examination Section, Dubai Police

Thursday June 09, 2016 (07:38:33)   (1747 Reads)
Noora Al Mutawa
Noora, you presented a paper on the challenges of investigating cyberstalking at DFRWS. Tell us a bit about your research and what you found.

The research combined the techniques of Digital Forensics with the strategies of Behavioural Evidence Analysis in investigating cyberstalking cases. It aimed to examine the utility of this approach in terms of understanding the behavioural and motivational dimensions of offending, and the way in which digital evidence can be interpreted. It used this approach on 20 cyberstalking cases investigated by Dubai Police in the last five years and reported on the results of the examinations.   more ...

2016

Vladimir Katalov, Co-Founder and CEO, ElcomSoft

Wednesday May 25, 2016 (08:56:14)   (1540 Reads)
Vladimir Katalov
Vladimir, you’re co-founder and CEO at ElcomSoft. Tell us a bit about your role – how has it changed this year?

I do quite a lot of things from marketing to technical support, and from project management to presentations about our research on various events worldwide, from HR to accounting. It's easier to say what I do not do Smile

But most of my time is being spent on product development. It is me who decides which particular features our products should receive, how those features should be implemented, and what new products we should release. It is actually something new every single day.   more ...

2016

David-Olivier Jaquet-Chiffelle, Event Chairman, DFRWS EU

Thursday March 24, 2016 (10:03:59)   (1496 Reads)
David-Olivier Jaquet-Chiffelle
David-Olivier, tell us a bit about yourself. What first sparked your interest in digital forensics, and what is your current role?

I studied Mathematics and did my PhD in number theory! You may wonder what the link with DF is?

Mathematics led me to cryptology, then to privacy and data protection, and eventually to new forms of identities in the information society.

I am currently full professor at the School of Criminal Sciences of the University of Lausanne. I recently created and now lead a new master program in digital investigation and identification.   more ...