Category Archives: Experiences

  • The Human Cost

    Posted on November 10, 2015 by Lee Whitfield in Experiences, Methodologies & Best Practices.

    The US Cybercrime Conference was cancelled last week. My personal feelings about their timing aside, I’ve decided to go ahead and publish my presentation for anyone to watch.

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  • Lessons from the SANS #DFIRSummit 2015

    Posted on July 14, 2015 by Lee Whitfield in Experiences.

    Last week I had the opportunity to go to the SANS DFIR Summit in Austin, TX. I go to this event every year because a) the high quality of the speakers and the presentations, and b) the size of the conference makes it comfortable and intimate. This year felt like the best year yet. Every […]

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  • Digital Forensics vs. Data Extraction

    Posted on July 11, 2015 by Lee Whitfield in Experiences.

    After a year of open submissions for future editions of the Forensic 4:mag I’ve decided to give upĀ and move on. Before I do, however, I wanted to post this article submission by Patrick Siewert. Originally he submitted this for printing in the next issue but has agreed to allow me to publish it here instead. […]

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  • Be SMART

    Posted on May 1, 2014 by Lee Whitfield in Experiences.

    Last week I was probably a little more annoyed than I should have been. I read an article (later to find it was an advertisement) on the DFINews website that said that “groundbreaking” research had been conducted resulting in finding data on a drive that determines how long the drive has been in use, how […]

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  • Learning Experiences

    Posted on April 16, 2013 by Lee Whitfield in Experiences.

    No-one gets to where they are in life without making a few mistakes. It is how you recover from these mistakes, and how you learn, that define you. I’ve been thinking of things that I can share on the website that I’m unlikely to share in the magazine (you’ve read the magazine right? RIGHT?) and […]

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