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2016

Interviews

2016


2016

Vladimir Katalov, Co-Founder and CEO, ElcomSoft

Wednesday May 25, 2016 (08:56:14)   (450 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)   (1011 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 ...

2016

Interview With Rob Lozowski, Event Manager, Forensics Europe Expo

Thursday March 17, 2016 (11:13:44)   (962 Reads)
Rob Lozowski
Rob, you manage FEE which takes place annually in London. Tell us a bit about your role: what does the average day look like?

As event manager, my job in a nutshell is to bring together the UK & International forensics community for a 2 day conference and exhibition in April, at a unique networking showcase in central London. Not unlike most industries, efficient & intelligent sales and marketing are the key drivers to success and I insist that both of these groups understand the industry within which they operate: they must get into the DNA (excuse the pun) of forensics to enable them to make informed decisions.   more ...

2016

Syed Naqvi, Senior Lecturer in Cyber Security and Forensics, Birmingham City University

Wednesday March 02, 2016 (11:44:15)   (1259 Reads)
Syed Naqvi
Syed, you're a Senior Lecturer in Cyber Security and Forensics at Birmingham City University. Tell us a bit about your role: what does a typical day look like for you?

The role of a university academic has tremendously grown in recent years. We are now required to provide excellence in three areas: Teaching, research, and enterprise.

Teaching: I teach core courses of digital forensics in different programmes; keep a vigilant eye on the emerging challenges of cybercrime investigations so as to prepare my students to deal with these evolving scenarios; keep myself updated with the new technologies. This hands-on experience helps me deliver cutting-edge skills to our future Cyber Watchmen/women.   more ...

2015


2015

Helge Janicke, Head of Software Technology Research Laboratory, De Montfort University

Tuesday December 22, 2015 (14:12:15)   (1101 Reads)
Helge Janicke
Helge, you're Head of the Software Technology Research Laboratory at De Montfort University. Tell us a bit about your role - what does your day-to-day routine look like?

It is busy. Part of my role is looking at developing strategic partnerships with other research organisations and industries to make sure that our research has impact and is creating a maximum effect. Then there are the day to day activities of running a lab with twenty researchers and over 60 PhD students and making sure that there is sufficient funding to sustain them. A great thing is actually still getting a little time to do some research, working on exciting projects as well as staying in touch with our Master students, teaching them or supervising their projects.   more ...