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When Macs get Hacked

  • Monday, May 5th, 2014 at 3:00 PM EDT (19:00:00 UTC)
  • Sarah Edwards
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Computer intrusion cases usually consist of Windows or *nix systems, if you are lucky. Mac intrusion cases are a rare breed. These cases have the potential to become more popular with the growing market share of Macintosh systems. Many companies and government entities use Macs as their preferred system. This presentation and hands-on lab will introduce you to incident response and intrusion analysis of the Mac.

Speaker Bio

Sarah Edwards

Sarah is a senior digital forensic analyst who has worked with various federal law enforcement agencies. She has performed a variety of investigations including computer intrusions, criminal, counter-intelligence, counter-narcotic, and counter-terrorism. Sarah's research and analytical interests include Mac forensics, mobile device forensics, digital profiling, and malware reverse engineering. Sarah has presented at the following industry conferences; Shmoocon, CEIC, BsidesNOLA, TechnoSecurity, HTCIA, and the SANS DFIR Summit. She has a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Rochester Institute of Technology and a Master's in Information Assurance from Capitol College.

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