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Enfuse 2017 Reflection – Jack Gleason: Social Media as Digital Evidence

Introduction Champlain College offers its students a plethora of opportunities and resources. I have been lucky enough to take advantage of these resources during my short time here with an internship at the Senator Patrick Leahy Center for Digital Investigation. I can say that I left the internship with experience in a professional work environment, […]

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Enfuse 2017 Reflection – Matthew Fortier: A Software Developer at Enfuse

Introduction It’s no secret that EnFuse is not a conference marketed towards software developers. There are moments where a dev can feel welcome – like during one of Guidance Software’s demos showcasing the newest features of their EnCase forensic suite –  but other than that, there’s not common ground. The average software developer wouldn’t get […]

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Enfuse 2017 Reflection – Felisa Charles: Know Normal, Find Evil

Introduction I am truly grateful to have be chosen by the Leahy Center for Digital Investigation (LCDI) to represent Champlain College at Enfuse 2017, a digital forensics conference hosted by Guidance Software. The knowledge I gained in just 4 days was immeasurable. By the end I walked away with a tremendous amount of new experience […]

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Final Enfuse 2016 Highlight- David D’Amico

Reach Ever Higher Everybody’s freshman year takes them far from their comfort zone. I didn’t have any illusions about that. “But, jeez,” I remember thinking as I stepped onto a plane bound for Las Vegas, “this is several hundred miles farther than I expected.” In my eyes, I had long since made my first year a […]

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Enfuse 2016 Highlight- Matthew Fortier

Down and Dirty With Python At Enfuse 2016 As it turns out, Python can be an invaluable skill for a forensic investigator to have. As a Computer Science major at Champlain College coming to a digital forensics conference like Enfuse 2016, I had to do my best to find the niche sessions that apply to […]

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Enfuse 2016 Highlight – Mike Albrecht

Introduction Those in attendance at Herbert Joe’s Enfuse 2016 panel “From Katz to Riley (and beyond): How SCOTUS Views Evolving Technology” were in for a treat. Certainly, the conference’s in-depth presentation delivered excellent technical content, but it was quite a breathe of fresh air mid-conference to find myself sitting for a panel oriented around jurisprudence. […]

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Enfuse 2016 Highlight- Kelsey Ward

The Enfuse Experience I knew Champlain College was a special place the moment I first set foot on its campus. Even then, I did not realize the wealth of opportunities it would offer me in the years to come. This past May, I was fortunate enough to attend EnFuse, Guidance Software’s annual Digital Forensics Conference, alongside […]

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Enfuse 2016 Highlight- Jason Ehlers

LCDI’s Enfuse Experience: A Grad Student’s Perspective I was very fortunate to be selected to attend Guidance Software’s Enfuse 2016 conference as a part of the LCDI delegation. At the time, I was a non-traditional student who had chosen to come back to college after many years of prior work.  My previous job had me […]

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Enfuse 2016 Highlight- Jake Nicastro

Enfuse Session- Forensics Matters in Security: 360 Degree Visibility “You guys are like the James Bond of IT… flying under the radar and doing cool things.” said Guidance Software’s Mr. Paul Shomo to begin his Enfuse 2016 presentation called “Forensics Matters in Security: 360 Degree Visibility”. It was then and there I knew we were in for an […]

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Enfuse 2016 Highlight – Nancy Champagne

Convergence Forensics Your company is hit with a data breach. What is your plan of attack? Where is the data you can use to assess the damage and identify the vulnerability? I attended the Convergence Forensics session at Enfuse 2016, presented by Heather Mahalik and Rob Lee. They explained various scenarios that exemplify how multiple […]

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