Today we talk about the increased risk of cyber-terrorism and the possibility of all out cyber-war, the cost of online thievery, and the current state of digital forensic education. We also talk about a complete and total Weiner.
This week we discuss the British Cybercrime Challenge, the investigation carried out inside government institutions, PI Laws, Cindy Murphy’s article on mobile device investigations, and Ken Pryor’s post on the SANS forensic blog.
Today we cover Paul Sanderson’s blog post on forensic practitioners, how the current financial situation is affecting forensics, tips for graduates trying to get into the field, the SANS Forensic Summit, and the Forensic 4cast Awards.
This week we’re joined by Eric Huber (@ericjhuber) from ‘A Fistful of Dongles‘, Tom Yarrish (@CDTDelta), and Martin Fisher (@armorguy) from the ‘Southern Fried Security‘ podcast. In this episode we discuss the Gizmodo/Apple situation, the death of privacy, forensicating photocopiers, more on schools spying on students, and a potentially dangerous exploit that could put digital […]
Here it is. The presentation I was due to give at the SANS EU Forensic Summit. Hope you find it useful. Bare in mind you’ll have to have iTunes or Quicktime installed to watch this. I’ll work on getting it into other formats later. Enjoy!