Wed, 15 March 2017
HackerNinjaScissors -- With Bret Padres. www.crypsisgroup.com
Today we talk with Lauren Pearce - a member of the IR team and a malware analyst for Los Alamos National Labs. Lauren shares with us her journey to become a malware analyst and talks about the importance of flailing and mentorship.
I have a few free tickets to give out, so let me know if you want free tickets to the 2017 Incident Response Forum on April 4th, 2017, at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington DC.
More info here -> incidentresponseforum.com and use Speak100 for $100 off the ticket price.
Crypsis is hiring talented IR consultants!! Apply on our website: www.crypsisgroup.com
Sat, 4 February 2017
New show in the Feed!
HackerNinjaScissors -- With Bret Padres. www.crypsisgroup.com
New CyberSpeak Podcast reboot in the works. In the mean time check out this new show.
In the inaugural show of HackerNinjaScissors, Bret Padres interviews Robert M Lee.
Robert M. Lee is the CEO and Founder of the critical infrastructure cyber security company Dragos where he has a passion for control system traffic analysis, digital forensics, and threat intelligence research. He is also a non-resident National Cybersecurity Fellow at New America focusing on policy issues relating to the cyber security of critical infrastructure. For his research and focus areas, Robert was named one of Passcode’s Influencers, awarded EnergySec’s Cyber Security Professional of the Year (2015), and inducted into Forbes’ 30 under 30 for Enterprise Technology (2016).
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Sun, 30 August 2015
CyberSpeak is BACK and we hope to publish a monthly podcast (more if I'm lucky).
This episode on CyberSpeak we briefly discuss possible implications to U.S. forensicators with the release of the Ashley Madison database (hopefully not). We also have a great interview with Yogesh Khatri, an assistant professor at Champlain College and a security researcher about the SRUM or System Resourse Usage Monitor forensic artifact. Website of the week: Has your email been Pwned? Check it out here -> Have I Been Pwned
Sun, 17 February 2013
This episode of CyberSpeak we conduct recon on Mark Spencer and his new Windows registry analysis tool Registry Recon. Mark is the President of Arsenal Consulting. This new registry tool could change the way we analyze the Windows registry. No longer will you be satisfied just looking st the current/active registry.
Sat, 2 February 2013
Happy 2013! I'm back and going to try to start getting some more shows out for you. This show we talk to James Wiebe, Director of Foensic Business Devleopment at WiebeTech about solid state hard drives, his research and the forensic implications. Email me at cyberspeak at gmail dot com if you have some suggestions for future show topics you want to hear.
Mon, 7 May 2012
This episode we discuss running AV and malware detection software on your forensic workstation and have an interview with Corey Harrell and discuss analyzing Volume Shadow Copies.
Thu, 1 December 2011
This special episode of CyberSpeak is an interview with Ken Privette with NUIX about their new tool release this morning called Proof Finder. They are releasing 1,000 copies for $100 each of this new tool. Go get a copy before they are all gone at www.prooffinder.com. This special limited edition tool is limited to 10G of data. What does 10G of data look like, Nuix says it is an average of 241,165 Emails or 20333 Documents or 7069 Spreadsheets or 25514 Images. It can ingest all major forensic images (E01, DD, etc)
Listen to the show for more details. 100% of all sales go to charity "Room to Read", an organization that works in collaboration with communities and local governments in developing countries to develop literacy skills and a habit of reading among primary school children, and support girls to complete secondary school with the life skills they’ll need to succeed in school and beyond.
ALERT-Download and install on the computer you want it registered to. Initial installation will lock it to that computer.
Sun, 25 September 2011
This week on CyberSpeak I interview Andrew Case, one of the developers of Registry Decoder, a National Institute of Justice sponsored application. Find it at www.registrydecoder.com
Sun, 28 August 2011
This week on CyberSpeak, a quick thanks to everyone for pitching in on the ForensicsWiki - I saw over 100 new entries on everything from Sticky notes, mounting images, jump lists to people's BIOS. Jim Emailed asking who the mystery voice was in out CyberSpeak Sweepers - Karl over from CyberCon Security Solutions said wrote in to say he just ran across this site today and thought it might be a great resource for the listeners. It is not focused on Cyber Security but the concepts are the similar to help prepare for trial. LAW 101: LEGAL GUIDE FOR THE FORENSIC EXPERT. Shout out to Charles. Finally, Loren Wrote in and said during the interview, Keith Jones mentioned preparing for court by asking others for their opinions. Are there any ramifications of bringing others into the case like that?
In the News, Google, The Company with the motto - DO NO EVIL - agreed to forfeit $500 million to the U.S. Government for allowing -- and assisting in many case -- online Canadian pharmacies to place AdWords ads targeting customers in the United States resulting in the unlawful importation of controlled and non-controlled prescription drugs into the United States.
This weeks interview is with Chris Pogue, Mr. Sniper Forensics!
Thanks to Dan Website of the week is Workflowy https://workflowy.com/
Sun, 21 August 2011
CYBERSPEAK Notes - Aug 21st, 2011
I attended a nice Apple Forensic Event this week in Reston VA - Saw a lot of friends and had a good time. Ryan gave a great presentation on Apple forensics. Ryan runs the AppleExaminer.com
Paraben's Forensic Innovation Conference
PFIC is fast approaching and you know, it's becoming one of the the must attend conference each year for digital forensic and eDiscovery professionals. This year, there are seven pre-conference bootcamps that are included in your conference registration fee of $399.00. You can attend any single bootcamp and then the rest of the conference tracks and labs for this rate. This is all being brought to you by our friends over at the Paraben Corporation (Amber Schroader).
You can register by heading over to pfic-conference.com
http://www.forensicswiki.org - We all should go check this site out, sign up for an account and start contributing. This is the way we can all give back to the community. Write a How-To or something to give back to the forensic community.
Listener Email -
Richardo from Navada Concerned about those performing collateral duty of doing digital forensic examinations. Frustrated to read article after article in digital forensic publications that cover the deconstruction of a complicated piece of malware. he would rather have articles that rehashed digital forensic basics and covered free automated/low cost tools that help me do my job efficiently and reliably.
London Police are using Flicker to allow the public to help identify people involved in the looting following riots in London.
Welcome back to the show Drew Fahey, VP of Products at Blackbag Technologies.
Web Sites of the Week-
http://t.co/vEmtzCA - A guide to FaceBook Security
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