In this episode of The Digital Forensics Files Podcast, Tyler Hatch of DFI Forensics, interviews former FBI digital forensics trainer, Nelson Eby. Nelson, now with Open Text - the developer of EnCase Forensic is passionate about the field and training the next generation of digital forensics examiners and law enforcement professionals to develop skills to uncover the truth through forensic examinations of computers, cell phones and all kinds of digital sources of evidence.
0:28 Introduction to Nelson Eby.
2:30 The early days of "computer" forensics.
4:58 Nelson's evolution into teaching and training
9:24 Why are people in the field so passionate about digital forensics?
11:23 How much do we see when we look at personal devices?
12:50 "The lady doth protest too much, methinks"
13:09 Using digital forensics to find "the truth".
14:08 "Variety" in digital forensics cases.
14:36 Challenges the digital forensics field faces due to technology.
18:47 Cyber criminals hide behind IP addresses.
21:02 Online stalking/harassment and fake Google Reviews
22:20 How do I get into digital forensics? (**IMPORTANT)
26:54 Endorsing Nelson's training philosophy (Bravo good sir!)
27:45 Let's talk about Open Text, your role with them and EnCase Forensic!
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