LCDI was tasked with coming up with an Exhibit Backup System to be used by the Vermont Internet Crimes against Children Task Force of Burlington, VT. Student intern Kyle Heath took lead on this project and after weeks of research proposed a storage solution to the command at VTICAC. Once the proposal was accepted Kyle organized the purchase and installation of his solution. LCDI continues to be on call for any issues that VTICAC may have.
LCDI was assigned to implement and develop training modules for a digital exhibit evidence management system from the company Tracker Products. LCDI student intern Jason Hall took the base system from Tracker Products and customized it to VTICAC’s specifications. LCDI continues to assist VTICAC in customizing the interface and help with training.
Megan Percy, student intern at LCDI, used resources at LCDI to conduct research with Kindle forensics. She was able to write a script that would configure, access, and acquire the Kindle information with minimal user-input. This script can be used by law agencies if investigation into a Kindle is needed.
LCDI research assistant Ethan Fleisher is working on documenting the forensic features of Microsoft Windows 8. This entails comparing and contrasting the Windows 7 and Windows 8 operating systems from a forensic standpoint in order to determine if there are any significant changes that will be either beneficial or detrimental to the forensic investigation process.
These are only a few of the projects LCDI is currently working on or worked on. If you are interested in learning more about these or our other projects feel free to stop by and a student worker would be more than happy to give you a tour.