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Digital Forensics and Macintosh

Introduction This past May, I had the honor of representing Champlain College at Enfuse 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Enfuse is an annual conference that presents a variety of seminars and labs to showcase concepts and information in categories such as eDiscovery, IoT forensics, incident response, and data governance, to name a few.   Macintosh […]

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Smartphones: The Nexus of Evidentiary Data from Social Media to IoT

Introduction As a first year cybersecurity student, my application to the OpenText Enfuse conference felt like a long shot. Additionally, seeing how I am a cybersecurity major and the conference is mainly focused on digital forensics, I wasn’t sure how much of the content I would be able to understand. Despite this, I was selected […]

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How Digital Forensics Contributes to InfoSec

Introduction The Enfuse Conference is a great conference for the DFIR and E-Discovery industries. The industries get together to share their most recent experiences and new knowledge. There are also speakers, attendees, and vendors who are in fields related to these industries, and they share their knowledge as well. Enfuse 2018 was no exception. I […]

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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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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 – 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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Enfuse 2017 Reflection – Ree Blaisdell

Introduction I wouldn’t say I’m sheltered, but I haven’t gotten out of Vermont much growing up. In fact this was only my second time flying anywhere, so going somewhere as incredible as Las Vegas was astounding. I learned so much at the Enfuse Conference about so many different things but I also had time to […]

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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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