Rapid Response and Data Collection -- Triaging for The Real World
- Rob Lee
- Monday, February 23rd, 7:15pm - 9:15pm
With the typical hard drive now averaging one terabyte in size, the fallout from the explosion of user-created data has become an overwhelming volume of potential evidence that law-enforcement, incident responders, and corporate investigators spend countless hours examining. Imaging entire hard drives has become unrealistic for the rapid and aggressive analysis required by most investigations today. Imaging and the resulting data sizes have resulted in the biggest anchor in the DFIR profession resulting in countless of useful hours lost in trying to achieve a standard that is nearly unreasonable. New techniques to help speed up triage and acquisition are needed to solve this issue. Learn a new approach in this unique session that will change the way you think about evidence acquisition forever.
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