Christa Miller: As the cybersecurity talent gap continues to widen, a number of universities are developing programs to fill it. Among them is University College Dublin, which has just launched its brand new Master of Science in Cybersecurity program. … Read more
Christa: Electronic discovery, or e-discovery, has always required some digital forensic skills as litigators prepare to present electronic data at trial. However, as technology evolves, likewise, the skills needed to identify, collect and analyze the data that’s most relevant … Read more
Christa: Welcome to the Forensic Focus podcast. I’m your host, Christa Miller. And this week we’re switching it up a little bit. We’re introducing some new co-hosts: Simon Biles and Alex Desmond. Simon’s an IT and digital forensics expert … Read more
Christa: Digital forensics in enterprises increasingly overlaps corporate investigations, e-discovery and incident response, with the result that enterprises themselves must balance data acquisition and retention with employee privacy and cyber security.
This week on the Forensic Focus podcast we’re … Read more
Christa Miller: Capacity building for digital forensics is defined as the development of new professionals and better equipped work environments, particularly as the digital forensics industry struggles to keep pace with the way technology and the trace evidence it … Read more
Christa: No professional in any discipline is free from bias, but how it affects decision making, especially decisions around a criminal suspect’s liberty is the topic of several years worth of research by Nina Sunde. Nina is a PhD fellow … Read more
Christa: The United Kingdom’s Bletchley Park is world renowned for its codebreakers’ role in shortening World War II by between two and four years, all by cracking codes the Germans used to communicate their plans.
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Christa: Time is of the essence when field extractions of mobile devices are needed, but so are forensically sound extractions as strong links along the chain of custody. Today the Forensic Focus podcast welcomes Simon Crawley, a senior consultant with … Read more
Christa: Stalking and domestic violence affect huge proportions of people. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that about 7.5 million people are stalked in the United States each year, with about 61% of female victims and 44% of … Read more
Christa: As cyber crimes and incidents rise, so does the need for well prepared, professional, digital forensics and incident response practitioners. However, while there’s no shortage of digital forensics training and education, whether it’s accessible enough and addresses enough of … Read more
Christa: Efficient, effective digital forensics and incident response involves not just the right tools and processes, but also the ability to share insights and collaborate on work. Here with us on the Forensic Focus Podcast to talk about it … Read more
Christa: Memory forensics is a mainstay of incident response. Its relevance and necessity only growing with time, as encryption technology has become more integrated, especially in consumer devices. Yet memory forensics is neither intuitive nor simple.
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Christa: Among the many decisions a digital forensics professional will make in their career, whether to pursue a graduate degree is among the biggest. Costs in time, and sometimes money, factor in, as well as how a degree could shape your … Read more
Christa Miller: As digital technology becomes more embedded into humans’ everyday lives, enhancing our efficiency at work, our social lives, even our health and movements, it likewise facilitates criminal activity. Growing in volume and complexity, technology thus ends up … Read more
Christa: At the start of a new year, many digital forensics professionals might be thinking about making some changes, to find a more diverse and inclusive environment, to develop and enhance your professional skills and/or to achieve a work-life … Read more