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Social Networking Sites and Digital Forensics

Introduction   Being able to attend EnFuse 2018 was an amazing experience. This was my first time attending the conference, and it was the first time OpenText Inc. hosted the conference after they acquired Guidance Software Inc. in mid-2017. Not only was the event loaded with hundreds of industry professionals, former FBI director James Comey was […]

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Applications of AI and Machine Learning

Enfuse 2018 Reflection – Zach Burnham Introduction: This past summer, I had the honor of attending this year’s Enfuse Conference, the first iteration hosted by Opentext. As a rising senior at Champlain College, this opportunity fell at a critical time for me in my professional development. Attending allowed me to build on the knowledge I’ve […]

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Ransomware

Introduction This year, I had the privilege of attending the OpenText Enfuse conference in Las Vegas. While there, I had the opportunity to develop my forensic abilities and build relationships with industry professionals, co-workers, friends, and many other wonderful new people. The breakout sessions provided me with deep level overviews of interesting topics like threat […]

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Bits Behind the Coin

Bits Behind the Coin:  Following the Trail of a Cryptocurrency Investigation This year at Enfuse, John Wilson, a digital investigator from Discovery Squared, LLC presented “Bits Behind the Coin: Following the Trail of Cryptocurrency Investigation.” This session presented a lot of valuable information regarding the ins and outs of blockchain and cryptocurrency. I will be […]

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Artificial Intelligence for Next Generation Law Enforcement

Introduction  Prior to attending this conference, I was still a student concerned about facing the professional world. Despite the reputation digital forensics holds in the technology industry. There were a number of questions regarding the social responsibility and experience that comes along with my education. How could I incorporate the knowledge I obtain from college […]

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Threat Hunting & Triage in IR/SOC Operations

Introduction This past May, I had the opportunity to attend OpenText’s Enfuse Conference 2018. Where one of the sessions I attended was “Threat Hunting and Triage in IR/SOC Operations”. This is my third year attending the conference and I couldn’t be more grateful for the experiences! The Enfuse Conference never ceases to amaze me. Its bring […]

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Beyond Digital Forensics

Introduction When I first found out I was going to attend OpenText Enfuse 2018, I wondered how my major and minor would fit into the conference. I’m a computer information technology major and have a minor in cybersecurity. I was going to a conference marketed towards digital forensics. I assumed I would have a hard […]

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Enfuse 2017 Reflection – Sam Malone

Introduction I want to begin by thanking Champlain College, the LCDI, and Guidance Software for this unforgettable experience. Without them I’d have likely never stepped foot in Las Vegas, and certainly wouldn’t have been able to learn what I have. Enfuse was my first tech conference, as well as my first reason to visit the […]

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Enfuse 2017 Reflection – Amanda Johnson: Dissecting Ransomware

Introduction I had the distinct honor to attend EnFuse 2017 this summer! Hosted by Guidance Software each summer, the EnFuse Conference never disappoints with top notch sessions and unforgettable experiences! In between sessions we got our EnFusiasm on and collected pins and swag by networking with industry professionals and participating in special sessions. I am […]

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Enfuse 2017 Reflection – Michael Geyer: Passwords, Encryption, and Preparing Your Engagement for Analysis

Introduction My favorite presentation at EnFuse 2017 was called “Passwords, Encryption and Preparing Your Engagement for Analysis”. Cracking passwords is a rather straightforward process of gaining access to a system through trial and error. At first this seems tedious; however, there are many efficient ways to help you get to the correct match. There are […]

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