We are fortunate to have David Cowen presenting live at our February 2017 meeting on file system forensics and evidence correlation.
The Wednesday, February 8th meeting will be held between 9am and 12noon at the University of Phoenix in Rooms 301/302. You can find more details on the event at the Eventbrite link below.
We are expecting a good turnout, so please be sure to register via the link below.
This meeting is not to be missed!
David’s contributions to digital forensics community include:
- Regular speaker at conferences such as OSDFCon
- Ran his blog, Hacking Exposed Computer Forensics, daily which included a weekly forensic challenge
- Is a Red Team Captain for the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition
- Has his own regular video podcast, Forensic Lunch
- Author of Computer Forensics: InfoSec Pro Guide
- Co-author of Hacking Exposed: Computer Forensics
- Co-author of Anti-Hacker Tool Kit, Third Edition
- Is a SANS Institute Certified Instructor
- Developed TriForce ANJP, forensic software for parsing NTFS journals (also working on HFS+ capabilities)
- Two-time Forensic 4cast award winner for both Digital Forensic Article of the Year and Digital Forensic Blog of the year.
- Releases open source forensic tools via devgc on GitHub.
If you haven’t subscribed to the Forensic Lunch or checked out the open source tools on his GitHub repository, please make sure to do so.