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2018


2018

Tod Ewasko, Director Of Product Management, AccessData

Thursday February 01, 2018 (10:22:39)   (1844 Reads)
Tod Ewasko
Tod, you have recently moved into the role of Director of Product Management and Development at AccessData. Congratulations! Can you tell us a little more about your role and what your day to day job is like?

Yes, thank you. I’m very excited about the step into this role, and the opportunity it brings to interact more with our customers. AccessData has always been committed to helping to solve the issues and concerns of the market. We are continually striving to give clients a greater voice so that we can elevate our products and their success. As such, over the past few years, we have shifted to a pragmatic marketing approach to product management and development, which means we take a much deeper look into each feature request to fully understand the context of why you are asking for that feature or what is causing an issue.   more ...

2017


2017

Adam Belsher, CEO, Magnet Forensics

Friday December 29, 2017 (07:41:05)   (1167 Reads)
Adam Belsher
2017 was the biggest year yet for Magnet Forensics. What were the top highlights for you?

It was a great year for us. There are so many highlights, but here are my top 4:

1) Being recognized by the forensics community as Digital Forensic Organization of the Year in the Forensic 4:cast Awards was a huge honor. For me, this is a testament to our dedicated and passionate team, who serve our customers every day. In addition, it’s recognition from our customers and the forensics community that we are doing something right. Smile We also were recognized as the #1 computer forensics software of the year for the fifth straight year and were in the top three mobile forensics software products of the year.   more ...

2017

Miloš Gizdovski, Marketing Director, HddSurgery

Thursday December 21, 2017 (13:52:28)   (1315 Reads)
Miloš Gizdovski
Tell us a bit about your role and how you came to be interested in digital forensics.

Hi, I’ve been the marketing manager of HddSurgery since 2014. Our company is developing and selling specialized mechanical tools for the most difficult hard drive malfunctions in data recovery and computer forensics.

We have cooperated with various police and private forensics units and experts regarding data recovery cases and the usage of our products.   more ...

2017

Raahat Devender Singh, Research Scholar, Panjab University

Wednesday November 29, 2017 (11:18:09)   (1057 Reads)
Raahat Devender Singh
Raahat, tell us a bit about yourself and your background. What does a day in your life look like?

Well, I’m a PhD research scholar, currently working in Panjab University, Chandigarh, India. I’m actually writing my thesis these days! I have an academic background (bachelor's, master's, PhD… the usual).   more ...

2017

Jessica Hyde, Director Of Forensics, Magnet

Tuesday November 28, 2017 (13:56:30)   (1428 Reads)
Jessica Hyde
Jessica, can you introduce yourself and tell us a little about what you do?

Sure. My name is Jessica Hyde. I’m the Director of Forensics at Magnet Forensics, USA. I also am an adjunct professor at George Mason University, where I teach mobile device forensics in the Computer Forensics program.

My background is I started off in the Marine Corps, and I served six years there, discovered that I really liked engineering, went after an engineering degree, and then when I went into the workforce I actually started doing work in a reverse engineering lab, which led to doing mobile forensics, which led to me deciding to study computer forensics and get a Master’s in computer forensics. While I was working in mobile forensics, I was specializing in devices that were damaged, so I was doing chip off and JTAG on almost everything I saw every day. So I really got to do a lot of low-level forensics – parsing, raw hex, and proprietary file systems in the beginning.   more ...