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Automating DFIR Getting closer to the find evidence button

  • Monday, June 22nd, 2015 at 11:00 AM EDT (15:00:00 UTC)
  • David Cowen
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Overview

Learn how to speed up your analysis, automate the boring parts of DFIR and be a better examiner. This webinar will walk you through the basics of how to access, extract and parse data from forensic images with python and pytsk.

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    Speaker Bio

    David Cowen

    David Cowen is the award winning blog author of the Hacking Exposed Computer Forensics blog, the author of Hacking Exposed: Computer Forensics (1st, 2nd and upcoming 3rd editions), Infosec Pro Guide to Computer Forensics, and the Anti Hacker Toolkit 3rd edition with over 15 years of digital forensic experience.

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