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Encase Tool Evaluation

Introduction: Over the past five weeks we have been researching and gathering information on Opentext software EnCase 8, readying ourselves to begin dissecting evidence in our mock investigation. As the EnCase 8 intern team, we have been spending large amounts of time watching YouTube videos and diving deep into the manual provided by Opentext software. […]

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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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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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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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