CEIC 2012 Day 3 – Time Bandits (Time Line Analysis)

For the second time I had the opportunity to sit through a session taught by Rob Lee. If you have not had the chance to learn from Rob or hear him speak you are missing out. The crowds seem to follow Rob and this session was no different. Within minutes the largest session room at the
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Day 3 CEIC – “Culling all eDocs and eMail!”

EnCase is well know for being a powerful tool with regards to computer forensics. Some may even know its a powerful tool for eDiscovery, but the first session I sat through today highlighted some key features inside EnCase v. 6 that can help you with you filtering out the files, folde
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CEIC 2012 Day 2 – Kindle Forensics

My 2pm session at CEIC 2012 was a surprise and treat. Mike Wilkinson from Champlain College give a rather in depth review of the Amazon Kindle and the exploits used to gain root access to its Linux system for gaining a forensic image. Before I jump into his presentation I want to hit
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CEIC 2012 Day 2 ( Malware, keynotes, EnCE and more)

Day two is now about the hustle and bustle of getting to your registered classes before you get stuck in the nose bleeds or your seat is taken by someone on the waiting list. As a newbie I decided that I would take advantage of the review session for the EnCE test that I will be takin
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CEIC 2012 – Day 1

As a newer member of Binary Intelligence I have not had the opportunity to attend a digital forensic conference yet. I think it is suiting that CEIC will be my first, but it will set the bar high for those who follow. If you did not have the pleasure to attend CEIC 2012 you can follow
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