24 episodes

A podcast dedicated to Exterro's Forensics product, FTK. We'll spend time interviewing digital forensics experts, current clients, and other forensics professionals to give our audience an in-depth overview of our platform's total capabilities.

FTK Over the Air Justin Tolman

    • Technology
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

A podcast dedicated to Exterro's Forensics product, FTK. We'll spend time interviewing digital forensics experts, current clients, and other forensics professionals to give our audience an in-depth overview of our platform's total capabilities.

    Season 2 - Episode 2: FTK Over the Air joins the IACIS Podcast

    Season 2 - Episode 2: FTK Over the Air joins the IACIS Podcast

    Justin and Farand discuss various topics related to digital forensics and the upcoming IASIS conference. They cover the increase in specialized classes and the addition of an advanced mobile class at the conference. They also talk about the importance of human judgment in forensic work and the limitations of AI in the field. The conversation touches on the impact of encryption and cloud forensics, as well as the privacy concerns and legal ramifications associated with these technologies. This conversation covers various topics related to the use of AI in digital forensics and investigations. It explores the potential of using large language models to assist in writing warrants and the importance of validation and interpretation in the process. 

    • 58 min
    Season 2 - Ep 1: How 'Medex Forensics' is Solving the AI-Generated Multimedia Problem

    Season 2 - Ep 1: How 'Medex Forensics' is Solving the AI-Generated Multimedia Problem

    Bertram Lyons, CEO of MedEx Forensics, discusses the challenges and impact of AI-generated content and the need for authentication and provenance analysis. Lyons explains MedEx Forensics' methodology, which focuses on analyzing the internal structure of digital multimedia files. He also discusses the rise of synthetic media and the need for tools to authenticate and analyze it. The conversation explores the nuances of real, original, and authentic content, and the role of institutions and initiatives in addressing the issue. The conversation explores the impact of AI on misinformation and victim data, the balance between privacy and content moderation, the legal landscape of manipulated content, the implications for various industries, the difference between deepfake and cheap fake, the impact on corporations, and the future of multimedia attribution and AI.

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Season 1 - Ep. 22: Crossover Episode - FTK Over the Air + IACIS

    Season 1 - Ep. 22: Crossover Episode - FTK Over the Air + IACIS

    Justin sits down with Farand Wasiak of The IACIS Podcast and chats about the hot topics in Forensics. The International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS) holds an annual conference where they train hundreds of new and experienced law enforcement professionals in the best forensic science there is... digital forensics (of course). Farand is one of the many volunteers that make it happen, and he is also the host of The IACIS Podcast. In this crossover episode we talk about the necessity of training, the risk of 'push-button forensics', cloud forensics and more.

    • 51 min
    Season 1 - Ep. 21: How The Dark Web is Fueling the Drug Crisis

    Season 1 - Ep. 21: How The Dark Web is Fueling the Drug Crisis

    In this episode, Justin and Lynne are joined by Keven Hendricks, founder of the Ubivis Project, a website dedicated to combating the ever-growing scourge of “dark web” narcotics poisoning our communities. Teenagers and adults are flocking to the dark web to (easily!) buy illegal drugs--many of them overdosing and dying--and yet law enforcement is not doing enough to investigate. The drug trade is soaring in the shadows, so let's unpack what the dark web really is. Hint: ANYONE can access it easily, it's not just for criminals or tech-savvy hackers. While there are important positive uses of the dark web infrastructure, hear how Keven is working hard to bring light to the dark side of the dark web by stopping the sale of drugs and saving lives.
    You can learn so much more at ubivisproject.org
    And Keven urges you submit anonymous tips at stopdarkwebdrugs.com if you or a loved one has been affected by an overdose.

    • 1 hr 22 min
    Season 1 - Ep. 20: Taking Care of Our First Responders with First H.E.L.P.

    Season 1 - Ep. 20: Taking Care of Our First Responders with First H.E.L.P.

    Justin and Lynne are joined by Tim Barfield, a career police officer for over 40 years and a passionate educator on law enforcement mental health with the First H.E.L.P. organization. First responders experience unfathomable amounts of trauma, day after day, year after year. We're finally seeing a shift from the old culture of telling officers to "just deal with it," and we've seen progress around making the job physically safer with new tactics, equipment, and policy. But the same cannot be said for first responder mental health, as suicide and depression rates still continue to skyrocket. Tim explains how his work with First H.E.L.P. is successfully reducing the mental health stigma for first responders through FREE education and awareness, and how we can all help first responders in their search for healing, including actionable steps we can take in our own families, friend circles, and communities.

    To learn more about First H.E.L.P., including nationwide trauma and stress management workshops, visit https://1sthelp.org/

    • 56 min
    Season 1 - Ep. 19: Who are the Federal Defenders?

    Season 1 - Ep. 19: Who are the Federal Defenders?

    When you're the Director of IT for the Federal Defenders of New York, you have a LOT on your plate when you're managing forensics and e-discovery workflows for some of the country's highest profile cases. Jason Fischer sits down with Justin and Lynne to talk about what it really means to be a Federal Defender, day in and day out, versus what we see on those legal procedural TV shows. From analyzing 60 devices for just one suspect or receiving a half-terabyte Android extraction, Jason is an expert at finding creative ways to perform forensic analysis and review as efficiently as possible. Even with the constraints of being a non-profit organization, the opportunity to work on fascinating cases always outweighs the challenges he faces.

    • 49 min

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