• Forensic 4cast Awards – Results #forensicsummit

    Posted on July 9, 2010 by Lee Whitfield in News.

    Last night we held the second annual Forensic 4cast Awards at the SANS Forensic Summit in Washington DC. It was tremendous fun and was broadcast live by SANS on their website. If you want to see their coverage of the event you can do so here https://www.sans.org/webcasts/live-forensic-4cast-awards-ceremony-93653. I will be posting video of the event in the next few days.

    The 2010 winners are listed below:

    Outstanding Contribution to Digital Forensics – Individual
    Rob Lee

    Outstanding Contribution to Digital Forensics – Company

    Best Digital Forensics Blog

    Best Digital Forensics Book
    Windows Forensic Analysis 2E

    Best Digital Forensic Podcast
    Inside the Core

    Best Computer Forensic Hardware
    Tableau T8

    Best Computer Forensic Software
    FTK Imager

    Best Phone Forensic Hardware
    Cellebrite UFED

    Best Phone Forensic Software

    Digital Forensic Investigator of the Year
    Nick Furneaux

    Lifetime Achievement
    Craig Wilson

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6 Responsesso far.

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  2. Ricardo says:

    Congrats to all!

  3. Ron says:

    You were ripped off, sir. While the quality of your guests in the past couple of podcasts has surely declined, you are still the best forensics podcast from England!

    I hope you make the Honors list this year.

  4. […] I want to thank everyone who voted for us as Best Digital Forensics Blog in this year’s Forensic 4cast awards. We are all deeply grateful to know that our work is recognized and appreciated by our peers in the […]

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