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2018


2018

Sheldon Feinland, VP Of Sales, BlackBag

Friday October 19, 2018 (11:22:04)   (394 Reads)
Sheldon Feinland
Sheldon, you're VP of Sales at BlackBag. Tell us about your role: what does a day in your life look like?

At BlackBag, I am responsible for the revenue of the entire company. I plan and work with several other team members on the go to market strategy. This includes figuring out exactly who are we selling to, what we can sell them to help meet their needs, where the customer is, and how are we going to approach the marketplace.   more ...

2018

Angus Marshall, Digital Forensic Scientist

Thursday October 04, 2018 (12:47:52)   (1078 Reads)
Angus Marshall
Angus, tell us a bit about yourself. What is your role, and how long have you been working in digital forensics?

Where to begin? I have a lot of different roles these days, but by day I’m a Lecturer in Cybersecurity – currently at the University of York, and also run my own digital forensic consultancy business. I drifted into the forensic world almost by accident back in 2001 when a server I managed was hacked. I presented a paper on the investigation of that incident at a forensic science conference and a few weeks later found myself asked to help investigate a missing person case that turned out to be a murder. There’s been a steady stream of casework ever since.   more ...

2018

Damir Delija, Senior Lecturer, Zagreb University of Applied Sciences

Wednesday September 26, 2018 (17:21:07)   (498 Reads)
Damir Delija
Damir, you're a Senior Lecturer at Zagreb University of Applied Sciences (TVZ). Tell us a bit about yourself and how you started working in digital forensics.

I've been involved in digital forensics since about 2008, before that other things in IT, mostly UNIX system administration. I've also being teaching and lecturing since the late 90's. My exposure to security is a long one, what always fascinated me was how impossible it is to introduce solid security into education and into everyday commercial practices.

In 2008 I joined a local company, Insig2, which promotes and sells forensic products. Our plan was to cover the local market with professional products and reliable support. It turned out to be completely different from how we'd planned it, with a lot of traveling around the world.   more ...

2018

Kevin Fisher, Senior Support Engineer, Paraben

Monday September 17, 2018 (15:53:50)   (1263 Reads)
Kevin Fisher
Kevin, tell us a bit about yourself. What's your background, and how did you become interested in digital forensics?

I have always been a person with interest in electronics (hardware) taking apart and fixing TVs, CB Radios, VCRs and the like. I went back to school at the age of 41, and received my degree in computer science, technology, networking and securities.   more ...

2018

Eric Oldenburg, Law Enforcement Liaison, Griffeye

Wednesday August 15, 2018 (10:49:48)   (911 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 ...