This episode we’re joined by Jad Saliba from Magnet Forensics as he discusses the newly announced phone features of IEF. We also talk about NSA letters, Prism, and how Logicube are going all trekkie on us.
We’re back! First new episode of Forensic 4cast since November 2011. We’ve selected a panel of top people from the field… sadly none of them were available so we have a bunch of other guys instead. Join us as we talk about Android malware, why Lee doesn’t use two-factor authentication, outsourcing to China, and so […]
Nominations have been open for some time now but I also understand that you may not read the site, only listen to the podcast. If this is the case, this is especially for you.
In this episode we are joined by data recovery and forensics specialist Gareth Davies. Gareth has published papers and given presentations on the subject of data storage manipulation. Our discussion contains items that, I believe, all forensic investigators should be aware of.
In this episode Rob Lee has joined me to talk about the Consortium of Digital Forensic Specialists (CDFS). For more information about CDFS please visitÂ http://www.cdfs.org Also, if you’re wondering what Rob was talking about towards the end, here’s the video in question:Â http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kA565OyOkLM WARNING! I can not be held responsible for your own personal well-being if […]
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 […]
This episode I had the pleasure of talking to Brian Karney and Lee Reiber about AD Triage, MPE+, and FTK version 4.
In this episode we’re joined by Steve Salinas and Ashley Stockdale from Guidance Software. They’ve taken time out of their busy schedules to talk about the upcoming release of EnCase Forensic Version 7.
Is today’s show we discuss the HBGary v Anonymous issues, the opening of the CFCE to non-law enforcement, the future of digital forensics tools, and the 2011 Forensic 4cast Awards.