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Launching APOLLO - Creating a Simple Tool for Advanced Forensic Analysis

  • Tuesday, October 15th, 2019 at 3:30 PM EDT (19:30:00 UTC)
  • Sarah Edwards
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Overview

Pattern-of-life data can provide a story about how a device and its user interact with each other. A user using their Mac or iPhone may have no idea how intimate of a picture can be extracted from the analytical data on their devices. An extremely creepy and granular picture in many cases. This data can be used in a variety of forensic investigations from criminal matters to device intrusions but may end of being a privacy nightmare if the data were to fall into the wrong hands.

Last Fall I introduced a (very) beta version of my new Apple Pattern of Life Lazy Outputer (APOLLO) tool. Since then Ive had lots of positive feedback and have reconfigured and have added more iOS specific modules. With more mobile support and desktop support coming soon investigators can now get a better view of what a user was doing at any given time (assuming theyre all drink the Apple Koolaid of course!)

Speaker Bio

Sarah Edwards

A self-described Mac nerd, Sarah Edwards is a forensic analyst, author, speaker, and both author and instructor of SANS FOR518: Mac and iOS Forensic Analysis and Incident Response.  She has been a devoted user of Apple devices for many years and has worked specifically in Mac forensics since 2004, carving out a niche for herself when this area of forensics was still new. Although Sarah appreciates digital forensics in all platforms, she has a passion for working within Apple environments and is well known for her work with cutting-edge Mac OS X and iOS, and for her forensic file system expertise.

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