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2020


2020

Jon Langton, TransPerfect Legal Solutions

Monday January 13, 2020 (11:22:24)   (581 Reads)
Jon Langton
Jon, tell us about your role at TransPerfect Legal Solutions. What does a typical day look like?

I have the privilege of managing a talented team of eight forensic examiners in our New York forensic lab, in addition to contributing to the daily operations of our global Forensic Technology & Consulting (FTAC) division.   more ...

2020

Jad Saliba, Founder & CTO, Magnet Forensics

Monday January 13, 2020 (11:14:43)   (824 Reads)
Jad Saliba
Jad, tell us a bit about OUTRIDER and how it came about?

We talk to officials in law enforcement from a variety of different backgrounds and the one constant for us is trying to find ways to help them do the important work they do. In the case of OUTRIDER, I had been speaking with police and parole officers who were looking for quick and easy ways to tell if their parolees — often child predators — were at risk of reoffending. They needed a way to be able to tell if they had been accessing illicit materials, and fast. We’ve had a triage tool for many years now but have been looking for the right time to re-imagine how triage tools work and build something new.   more ...

2020

Steve Davis, Director Of Business Development, Digital Discovery Corporation

Monday January 13, 2020 (10:03:42)   (678 Reads)
Steve Davis
Steve, can you tell us a bit about yourself and how you got into e-discovery and digital forensics?

Sure. I actually was a banker back in the mid 1980s and there was a financial crash. And from that, there was a quasi-governmental organization called the Resolution Trust Corp that was born, and I became an investigator for them. Our investigations back in those days were all paper-based.   more ...

2020

Jeff Hedlesky, Forensic Evangelist For Tableau Hardware, OpenText

Thursday January 09, 2020 (16:19:44)   (1091 Reads)
Jeff Hedlesky
Jeff, you've worked at OpenText and (prior to its acquisition) Guidance Software for nearly nine years. What attracted you to work here initially?

Digital forensics was in its infancy back when I was working for Oxford Semiconductor in the early 2000s. When two people I knew and respected in the computer industry, James Wiebe (founder of WiebeTech) and Robert Botchek (founder of Tableau) both independently began work on digital forensic write blockers, both based around one of our OxSemi components, I knew there was something special happening. I’m an (old) nerd, but I’m also an Eagle Scout, so when I found an industry which used a variety of cutting-edge technologies to help the good guys “do their best” to stop the bad guys, I was hooked.


As a Forensic Evangelist, what does a typical workday look like for you?

I think the most ‘typical’ thing about my days is that they’re rarely typical.   more ...

2020

Jason Bailey, Director Of Product Management, OpenText

Wednesday January 08, 2020 (15:13:19)   (627 Reads)
Jason Bailey
Jason, can you tell us a bit about yourself and how you got into digital forensics?

Absolutely. I started in the digital forensic industry in 2005 and a friend of mine started a company called Tableau LLC back at the time - not to be confused with Tableau Hardware. He convinced me to leave a stable job in IT security at a healthcare company to come help him grow the company. And the rest was history.   more ...