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2019

Keith Lockhart, Director Of Training, Oxygen Forensics

Friday June 21, 2019 (10:58:14)   (744 Reads)
Keith Lockhart
Tell us about how you first got into digital forensics, and what kept you in the field. How have you seen it evolve over the past 20 years?

The cliché is that many folks that ended up as a LEO using technology to fight crime stemmed from the fact that they knew how to make the printer turn on (or some variant of that). ???? I definitely fit that cliché but then as we started addressing the concept of “they have the information you’re after on the computer in the kitchen” during search warrants, it became apparent we had a whole new “search and seizure” and subsequent “what do we do with this now that we seized it?!” problem set to figure out.   more ...

2019

Richard Frawley, Digital Forensic Specialist, ADF Solutions

Thursday June 20, 2019 (12:52:17)   (831 Reads)
Rich Frawley
Rich, tell us about how you first got into digital forensics, and the evolution you've seen in the field over the past 17 years. What has interested you most and kept you in the field?

I spent 22 years in law enforcement working for the Milford Police Department in Connecticut. It is here I was given the opportunity to take my passion for computers and focus it on digital investigations and forensic examinations.

In the late 90's Milford started one of the first computer crime units in the state and I was selected to be the forensic examiner. I already had a little computer experience and at that time a little was a lot. From that point forward it was from within the LE community that I learned about digital forensics, with entities such as IACIS, SEARCH, and NW3C.   more ...

2019

Kim Hyun-soo, CEO, HancomGMD

Friday May 31, 2019 (11:58:32)   (1150 Reads)
Kim Hyun-soo
Tell us a bit about your role: what does a day in your life look like?

I am Kim Hyun-soo, a founder of HancomGMD. Over the years, my daily routine has been very focused on the sole purpose of making a perfect solution to empower digital investigations and adding more value to the mobile forensics market.

I start my day by jumping right to my phone and checking to see how things are going with the business. It’s always exciting to wake up and check on the progress of evidence commissioned by clients from overseas.   more ...

2019

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

Monday May 20, 2019 (12:53:29)   (1070 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)   (874 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 ...