I've been teaching at UNO since 1994. I've been "hacking" (in the positive since of the word) since I was about 13–that's 35 years ago, although I don't really feel that old. Yet. I've always been interested in operating systems internals, filesystems, etc. When I met some people around 2001 that were starting a digital forensics conference, I realized that there could be a formal point and a focus for my tinkering. I started doing formal research in digital forensics around 2002 or so and classes in digital forensics at the University of New Orleans followed around 2003…
Tips And Tricks Data Collection For Cloud Workplace Applications
We’re Not in Document Land Anymore: Modern Data Collections for Litigation Technology Professionals
Deepfake Videos And Altered Images - A Challenge For Digital Forensics?
This error message is only visible to WordPress admins
Important: No API Key Entered.
Many features are not available without adding an API Key. Please go to the YouTube Feed settings page to add an API key after following these instructions.