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2019


2019

Blake Sawyer, North American Technical Sales And Support, Amped Software

Monday May 20, 2019 (12:53:29)   (384 Reads)
Blake Sawyer
Congratulations on your new role! Tell us more about your law enforcement career. How did you get into digital forensics?

Thanks so much! I am excited about the opportunity to come and work for Amped Software. I got into digital forensics in a kind of roundabout way. I earned a Computer Science degree in college and went to work for Apple. After several years of support and QA, I got involved in Audio and Video Production. That led me, eventually into working for the Plano Police Department in Plano, TX, USA in 2014.   more ...

2019

Umit Karabiyik, Assistant Professor, Purdue University

Tuesday May 07, 2019 (15:01:40)   (593 Reads)
Umit Karabiyik
Umit, you're Assistant Professor of Computer & Information Technology at Purdue University. Tell us about your role; what does a typical day in your life look like?

I identify myself as Digital and Cyber Forensics researcher and educator. As a researcher, I lead my Digital and Mobile Forensics laboratory where I conduct applied forensics research with my graduate and undergraduate students. There is an amazing culture at Purdue and we collaborate with law enforcement as well as industry for mutual research interests.   more ...

2019

Benjamin, Creator Of Metadata Interrogator

Wednesday March 27, 2019 (11:21:45)   (996 Reads)
Metadata Interrogator
Ben, tell us a bit about yourself and how you got into digital forensics.

Hello! So in terms of background, I come from predominantly a law enforcement background, although I’ve also worked in counter-fraud in the private sector too. I’ve been lucky enough to work in a number of roles in a variety of countries, and I feel that it’s given me a broad insight into our field and the challenges we face.   more ...

2019

Christa Miller, Content Manager, Forensic Focus

Friday March 01, 2019 (13:11:45)   (824 Reads)
Christa Miller
Christa, you've just joined Forensic Focus as a Content Manager - welcome on board! Tell us a bit about your background and how you came to work in digital forensics content creation.

Thank you Scar! I’m coming to Forensic Focus after 10 years of working in marketing and communications for various DFIR vendors. While I’ve contributed more “typical” marketing content like brochures, emails, etc., my “sweet spot” has always been in meatier pieces like white papers, magazine articles, technical blogs, etc.   more ...

2019

Greg Masterson, Technical Sales Engineer, MSAB

Thursday February 28, 2019 (13:02:28)   (1035 Reads)
Greg Masterson
What is your background and how did you get started with digital forensics?

In 2002, I had been a police officer in New Jersey for nine years when I joined the Union County High Technology Task Force (HTTF). I came from a detective position so I was immediately tasked with investigating computer crimes and interacting with online predators in an undercover role. HTTF members attended computer forensics courses and completed forensic examinations on laptops, PCs and servers. It was a growing area at the time, so the tools were basic and deep dive analysis was the norm. My assignment lasted over six months and I completed several large scale child pornography trading ring and other high profile cases. In 2003, I was hired as a detective by the Prosecutor’s Office.   more ...