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Today we're talking with Sarah Edwards, senior digital forensics researcher at BlackBag Technologies. Sarah works in the DC Metro area and specializes in Mac and mobile forensics. She has worked with various federal law enforcement agencies and has performed a variety of investigations including computer intrusions, criminal intelligence, and terrorism products.
With me today are three guests. I'm joined by Robert Peters, Senior Cyber and Economic Crime Attorney with the National White Collar Crime Center; Matthew Osteen, Cyber and Economic Crime Attorney also at the NW3C; and Joseph Remy, a New Jersey-based attorney who serves on the NW3C’s judicial and prosecutorial advisory board. Gentlemen, welcome and thank you for joining the show.
Guests: Thanks for having us.
Our guest this month is Graeme Horsman, a lecturer in Digital Forensics at Teesside University. Graeme has over six years' experience in teaching and higher education, and previously worked as a digital forensic analyst. His research focuses on digital forensic examination techniques; methods for forensically investigating mobile devices; and knowledge-based systems for improving digital forensic examinations and evidence identification.
Today we're welcoming Joseph Walsh, the director of the Master's of Criminal Justice program and an Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Criminal Justice at DeSales University.
Prior to joining the department of Computer Science and Mathematics at DeSales, Joe earned a Master of Science in Information Systems with a concentration in Cybersecurity; a Master of Arts degree in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Digital Forensics; and a Bachelor of Science degree where he majored in Information Systems with a concentration in Security Administration.
Our inaugural guest this month is Brett Shavers, a digital forensics examiner whose experience includes a law enforcement career investigating cybercrime, and serving as an expert consultant in civil litigation cases. Brett has more than 1,000 hours of formal digital forensics training from a variety of US federal agencies and forensic software companies. He provides private consultations to government agencies and law firms in sensitive legal matters. He's also an award-winning author of several digital forensics books, such as Placing the Suspect Behind the Keyboard; Hiding Behind the Keyboard; and The X-Ways Forensics Partitioners' Guide. Brett also manages the digital forensics online resource www.dfir.training.