2014 Results

The 2014 Forensic 4:cast Awards were held at the SANS DFIR Summit on Monday June 9, 2014 in Austin, Texas.

The nominees are listed below. The winners are highlighted in red. Thanks to all of the nominees and to everyone that voted. The awards couldn’t happen without you.

Computer Forensic Software Tool of the Year

Magnet Forensics – Internet Evidence Finder
Nides – 4n6Time

Digital Forensic Blog of the Year

Hacking Exposed: Computer Forensics Blog – Dave Cowen
Cheeky4n6Monkey Blog – Adrian Leong
Handler Diaries – Jack Crook

Phone Forensic Hardware Tool of the Year

Cellebrite – UFED Touch
Logicube – CellXtract
Oxygen – Forensic Kit

Digital Forensics Book of the Year

XWays Forensics Practitioner Guide – Shavers and Zimmerman
Computer Forensics Infosec Pro Guide – Cowen
Placing the Suspect Behind the Keyboard – Shavers

Computer Forensic Hardware Tool of the Year

Tableau T35u
CRU/Wiebetech Ditto Forensic Fieldstation
Tableau T3iu Imaging Bay

Phone Forensic Software Tool of the Year

Cellebrite –  Physical Analyzer
Paraben – Device Seizure
Magnet Forensics – Internet Evidence Finder

Digital Forensic Article of the Year

Shellbags Forensics: Addressing a Misconception – Dan Pullega
Python Parser to Recover Deleted SQLite Database Data – Mari DeGrazia
Redline: APT and You – We’re All Owned – Russ McRee

Digital Forensic Organization of the Year

Teel Tech
Verizon RISK

Digital Forensic Examiner of the Year

Santiago Ayala
Bob Elder
Alejandro Perez

One response to “2014 Results”

  1. if there is identity theft attack or phishing attack. What information can I gather about this attack using network forensics.

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