Hal Pomeranz is an independent digital forensic investigator who has consulted on cases ranging from intellectual property theft, to employee sabotage, to organized cybercrime and malicious software infrastructures. He has worked with law enforcement agencies in the US and Europe and global corporations.
While equally at home in the Windows or Mac environment, Hal is recognized as an expert in the analysis of Linux and Unix systems. His research on EXT4 file system forensics provided a basis for the development of Open Source forensic support for this file system. His EXT3 file recovery tools are used by investigators worldwide.
Hal is a SANS Faculty Fellow and Lethal Forensicator, and is the creator of the SANS Linux/Unix Security track (GCUX). He holds the GCFA and GREM certifications and teaches the related courses in the SANS Forensics curriculum. He is a respected author and speaker at industry gatherings worldwide. Hal is a regular contributor to the SANS Computer Forensics blog and co-author of the Command Line Kung Fu blog.
Listen to Hal discuss "Memory Forensics for Incident Response " in this SANS webcast that every DFIR professional should listen to.
"Great intro to malware analysis. Hal Pomeranz, instructor, was extremely knowledgeable on the subject. Highly recommended." - Jonathon Hinson, Duke Energy
|FOR508: Advanced Computer Forensic Analysis and Incident Response||GCFA|
|FOR610: Reverse-Engineering Malware: Malware Analysis Tools and Techniques||GREM|