- Twitter: @mikemurr
Michael has been a forensic analyst with Code-X Technologies for over five years, has conducted numerous investigations and computer forensic examinations, and has performed specialized research and development. Michael has taught SANS SEC504 (Hacker Techniques, Exploits, and Incident Handling), SANS FOR508 (Computer Forensics, Investigation, and Response), and SANS FOR610 (Reverse-Engineering Malware); has led SANS@Home courses; and is a member of the GIAC Advisory Board. Currently, Michael is working on an open-source framework for developing digital forensics applications. Michael holds the GCIH, GCFA, and GREM certifications and has a degree in computer science from California State University at Channel Islands. Michael also blogs about digital forensics on his forensic computing blog.
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