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2018


2018

Eric Oldenburg, Law Enforcement Liaison, Griffeye

Wednesday August 15, 2018 (10:49:48)   (371 Reads)
Eric Oldenburg
Eric, tell us a bit about your background and how you became an investigator.

I was a police officer with the Phoenix Police Department in Arizona for 24 years. 15 years of that was working with crimes against children. But even before that, when I started off on the Vice squad, I knew I wanted to be an investigator. Going to Vice was a stepping stone for me – a way to learn how to go undercover, how to handle cases, how to­ take on a case load.   more ...

2018

Brian Hill, Director of Training, Oxygen Forensics

Thursday August 02, 2018 (07:01:53)   (938 Reads)
Brian Hill
Brian, you're Director of Training at Oxygen Forensics. Tell us about your role; what does a typical day in your life look like?

As Director of Training my goal is to not only develop content to help Oxygen Forensics customers implement our products in their investigations, but also build a knowledge base for them to be successful investigators in the long term as new technologies and techniques hit the market.   more ...

2018

Sergey Thomas, Mobile Team Programming Lead, Paraben

Monday July 30, 2018 (09:53:21)   (887 Reads)
Sergey Thomas
Sergey, you're Mobile Team Programming Lead at Paraben. Tell us about your role; what does a typical day in your life look like?

My main role is to organize the development process to make sure we are innovating with each release. We strive to work with a balance between research of brand-new features (zero-day exploits, new rooting technics) and bugfix of the current features. It’s always difficult to control this balance because we like to do it all.   more ...

2018

Tina Wu, DPhil Cyber Security Student, University of Oxford

Thursday July 19, 2018 (09:45:38)   (839 Reads)
Tina Wu
Tina, you're a DPhil student in Cyber Security at the University of Oxford. What was it that first sparked your interest in digital forensics and cyber security?

I first became interested in forensics when in college, I have always had an interest in science and law subjects and found forensic science a good combination of these.   more ...

2018

Alexander Poelma, Director Of Business Development, AccessData

Wednesday July 11, 2018 (07:19:01)   (1399 Reads)
Alexander Poelma
Congratulations on your new position at AccessData! Prior to joining the company, you worked as a Forensic ICT Specialist at Fiscale inlichtingen-en opsporingsdienst (FIOD)—the Dutch agency responsible for investigating potential economic, fiscal and financial fraud nationwide. That must have been fascinating work! Can you describe your focus with the agency and the type of investigations you were managing?

Yes, it was very interesting work. I was with the FIOD for eight and a half years, specializing in supporting the investigations team with their digital investigations. Because of the diversity of the type of investigations, I often helped the teams with more complex digital forensics and assisted with searches at larger companies.   more ...