Sun, 22 March 2009
Welcome to CyberSpeak, your computer forensics, computer security, and computer crime podcast. I am Ovie Carroll, and I am Bret Padres, today is March 22, 2009
The Sans Forensic Summit is now on the books and scheduled for July 7-8 2009 in Washington DC and SANS new Sec 408 Computer Forensics Course. Also check out the Sans Forensic Blog for some GREAT forensic reading.
Reading keystrokes with a laser....
Mark Menz on MFT Ripper â Send email to email@example.com
2009 HTCIA Conference â www.htcia.org or www.htcia2009.com
VOOM TECH HARD COPY III
Direct download: CyberSpeak_103_23_Mar_2009.mp3
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Sun, 15 March 2009
Show notes for March 15, 2009
Welcome back CyberSpeak, your computer forensics, computer security, and computer crime podcast. I am Ovie Carroll, and I am Bret Padres, today is March 15, 2009.
The new Windows Forensic Analysis DVD Toolkit, Second Edition (Paperback)
by Harlan Carvey (Author) is available for preorder through Amazon.
Put it on your calendar - The Sans 2009 Forensic Summit is now on the books and scheduled for July 7-8 2009 in Washington DC. Ovie will be there speaking about Current Trends and the Future of Forensics.
The Digital Forensics Certification Board (DFCB) founded by the National Institute of Justice through a Cooperative
Agreement at the University of Central Florida's National Center for Forensic Science are accepting applications for Founders certification.
For a limited time, March 2, 2009 through August 30, 2009 experienced members of the digital forensics community can achieve these certifications through the Founders Process. Go to http://www.ncfs.org/dfcb/index.html for more information.
The New version of iLook PI is available at http://www.perlustro.com/
Interview With Drew Fahey, Chief Technology Officer for e-fense about the new Helix3
Windows powershell 2.0 http://www.microsoft.com/downloadS/details.aspx?familyid=60DEAC2B-975B-41E6-9FA0-C2FD6AA6BC89&displaylang=en
Direct download: CyberSpeak_102_15_2009.mp3
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Mon, 2 March 2009
Welcome back to CyberSpeak. Bret and Ovie are back in the country. This show we have an interview with the developers of Highlighter, a new log analysis tool, Jed Mitten - Senior Consultant and Jason Luttgens - Principal Consultant from Mandiant. Check out this free tool at www.mandiant.com/software/highlighter.htm. Also, check out the Mandiant blog for some other tools. In listener email we discuss U3 thumb drives and encryption and schools doing data recovery without a private investigatorÃs license. Helix pro is being released and the Polytechnic University in Brooklyn has discovered a digital fingerprint that will allow you to tie a digital image to a specific made and model of camera. Web picks are www.tineye.com and www.spokeo.com .
Direct download: CyberSpeak_101_Mar_1_2009.mp3
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