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Episode 38 – Independent Women REPOST

In this episode I have taken a break from hosting and my wife, Alisha has taken over as the first all-female panel takes the stage in a special edition of Forensic 4cast.

Listen to the first ladies of forensics discuss how they got into the field, as well as the challenges and perks of working in the field as a member of the fairer sex.

Sadly I forgot to put something in the episode about the LinkedIn Group. If you are a female forensicator please join the group “Women in Digital Forensics” http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=3766181&trk=anet_ug_hm. I joined it and am now an honorary woman. Not sure how I feel about that particular moniker…

*The original file had a small problem that I have now fixed.

5 Responses

  1. Stefan says:

    Thanks for posting this very interesting as well as entertaining episode.

  2. […] Kelley: Personally, being a female has never been a detriment to my career. Truth be told, there are advantages and disadvantages to being a minority. I and several other female digital forensics investigators talked about them during a Forensic 4cast panel discussion. […]

  3. […] of Twitter’s #DFIR community (tweeting as @4n6woman) for at least two years, and was part of the original Forensic 4cast episode that started this blog series rolling. She’s contributed to the SANS Computer Forensics Blog, […]

  4. JL says:

    Where is the file to listen to this episode?

    • Lee Whitfield says:

      Need to fix this. The plugin I was using hadn’t been updated and stopped working. I’ll get to it in a few weeks.

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