337 Forensics is proud to announce that they will be sponsoring the Forensic 4:cast awards this year at the SANS DFIR Summit in Austin.
The awards are exclusively community-driven meaning that those working in the field of digital forensics and incident response choose the nominees and then decide the winners with no interference from third parties. Take a look at the nominees and place your votes accordingly here: https://forensic4cast.com/forensic-4cast-awards/
The awards will be held on Friday, June 23, at 5:05pm. We look forward to seeing you there.
I will be busy over the coming weeks. Between testimony, conferences, classes, and even work I’m going to be traveling.
If you want to keep tabs on me here’s what currently scheduled. If you happen to be at any of the same events, come and say “Hi!”
Today (4/28) at 12pm Central I’ll be appearing on the Forensic Lunch to discuss the upcoming SANS DFIR Summit in Austin. The link for the show is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kz_SDd1thWk
May 22-25 I’ll be at the EnFuse Conference in Las Vegas. I’m due to be speaking on the morning of the morning of the 25th (Thursday). My presentation will be called “MAC times, Mac times, and more.” I’ll also be involved in the SANS DFIR NetWars on the evening of the 24th. You can read more about the conference here: https://www.guidancesoftware.com/enfuse-conference/about
June 23-24 I’ll be in Austin for the SANS DFIR Summit. I’ll be giving a similar talk to the one I’m giving at EnFuse and I’ll also be presenting the Forensic 4:cast Awards (place your votes here: https://forensic4cast.com/forensic-4cast-awards/). You can read more about the summit here: https://www.sans.org/event/digital-forensics-summit-2017 This is, by far, my favorite event of the year.
After the actual summit I’ll be sitting the SANS FOR585 Advanced Smartphone Forensics class, taught by Heather Mahalik.
Remember, if you see me around please come and introduce yourself.
Ever since first stepping into the field of digital forensics I’ve always had the desire to start my own business. I wanted to do something that cuts through all of the nonsense and complications introduced by layers of management and sales-people. My philosophy would simple, let the investigator speak straight to the client. By so doing nothing gets lost in translation. Nothing is over-promised or under-delivered. By doing so, investigations stay focused and on-track. They stay in budget.
I’m happy to say that the day has arrived. Today I’m proud to announce the forming of 337 Forensics. We are based in the DFW area and ready to serve your digital forensics needs. We have over 10 years of experience working in the field of digital forensics. We’ve worked with criminal prosecution, criminal defense, corporate and private clients to provide the results that matter. We’ve seen the nature of the business and our aim is to help you get results simply and quickly.
We hope to be of service to you in the near future.