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Nuix’s Aidan Jewell On Mac Forensics And Cross-Border Case Collaborations
Solution consulting for a digital forensics vendor demands a deep knowledge, not just of digital forensics practice, but also of the people who are doing the practice. This month’s special vendor edition of the Forensic Focus podcast brings Nuix’s Aidan Jewell, head of solution consulting in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Aidan started working in digital forensics in January 2005 with a law enforcement agency in England, coming to specialize in Apple Macintosh forensics.
MSAB's Henrik Tjernberg On Ethics In Digital Forensics And Consumer Privacy
In an era of profound social change, few industries find themselves at the intersection between law, technology, and social justice the way digital forensics does. This month on the Forensic Focus podcast, our vendor edition welcomes Henrik Tjernberg chairman of the board of our longtime sponsor MSAB. Having served in that role since 2002, Mr. Tjernberg has been in the unique position of seeing from a business perspective, how digital forensics has shaped and been shaped by these forces and what it all means for the industry as we enter a new decade.
Patrick Siewert On Push-Button Forensics And Communicating Results To Non-Experts
The digital forensics community thrives when practitioners take the time to share their expertise. Today on the Forensic Focus podcast, we're welcoming one of our co-contributors of original content. I'm your host, Christa Miller, and with us today is Patrick Siewert, principal consultant of Pro Digital Forensic Consulting, which is based in Richmond, Virginia.
Patrick started his digital forensics career in law enforcement, where over 15 years, he investigated hundreds of high tech crimes -- including some of the highest jury and plea bargain child exploitation investigations in Virginia court history. He continues to hone his digital forensic expertise in the private sector while growing his digital forensic consulting and investigation business marketed towards litigators, professional investigators and corporations -- all while keeping in touch with the public safety community as a law enforcement instructor.
MSAB’s Mike Dickinson On The Rapidly Changing World Of Digital Forensics
This month on the Forensic Focus podcast, we have a special vendor edition featuring one of our long-time sponsors, MSAB. Mike Dickinson, the company’s chief business development officer, is a senior business professional specializing in technology for law enforcement, military and government agencies. He’s held numerous roles within MSAB, directing communications, training and marketing. As such, he’s built up an extensive knowledge of digital forensic solutions for public sector policing.
Doug Brush On Careers In Digital Forensics
To paraphrase a popular career title: What color is your digital forensics parachute? What path are you on currently? Is it the one you want to be on? And how do you know, when the field might look very different in five years?
Welcome to the Forensic Focus podcast, where monthly we interview experts from the digital forensics and incident response community on topics ranging from technical aspects to career soft skills. I'm your host, Christa Miller.
Careers in digital forensics and information security is a hot topic right now. Gaps in skills, gender, and representation from underprivileged communities are all being discussed and to some extent, even debated. With us today to talk more about that is Douglas Brush, an information security executive with over 26 years of entrepreneurship and professional technology experience.
Barbara Guttman And Jim Lyle On Confidence In Digital Forensic Results