Yearly Archives: 2020

  • Yet another Shameless Plug

    Posted on May 29, 2020 by Lee Whitfield in Uncategorized.

    Yesterday I came to you with a request to buy and read my father’s book. It was 100% for charity and for your own edification. Today’s request is somewhat less altruistic. COVID-19 screwed up a lot of people’s plans. SANS moved from live, in-person classes to the “Live Online” format very quickly. So quickly and […]

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  • Shameless Plug

    Posted on May 28, 2020 by Lee Whitfield in Reviews.

    I’ve been a digital forensic investigator for several years, I’ve been nominated to act as an expert witness as occasion permits. I’ve testified in court and stood up to some particularly rigorous questioning at times. This, I’m sure you’ve all heard before. What you may not know is that expert witness work is in my […]

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  • Forensic 4:cast Awards 2020 – Voting is Now Open

    Posted on May 18, 2020 by Lee Whitfield in News.

    Greeting all, what an interesting 2020 we’ve had so far. I trust that you and your family are well and safe. The nominees have been counted and I’m very proud to announce the voting for the 2020 Forensic 4:cast Awards is now open. Please take the time to post your votes for your favorites. Also, […]

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  • 2020 Forensic 4:cast Awards – Nominations are OPEN

    Posted on February 19, 2020 by Lee Whitfield in Uncategorized.

    Is it really that time of year again already? Yes! The nominations for the 2020 Forensic 4:cast Awards are open! I’ve added one new category. Please either watch the video or read below for the category descriptions. Note that awards will be announced at the SANS DFIR Summit in Austin, TX on July 16. Winners […]

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  • The Long and Winding Road to Nowhere

    Posted on January 31, 2020 by Lee Whitfield in Methodologies & Best Practices.

    For those of you that know me personally, I try very hard to not minimize other people’s work and accomplishments. In fact, I revel in others’ joy when they achieve things. So, this post will be somewhat out of character for me. I’ve been conducting forensic investigations for around fourteen years. During that time I’ve […]

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