If you have not registered for the upcoming SANS summit, I encourage you to do so. It is going to be very informative and fun. (Well, fun in a super geeky sort of way.)
I will be on the panel: Forensic Challenges from the Court Room.
The question I will be tackling is:
If you were working the defense on a case, what would your basic strategy be to create doubt in the plaintiff's digital evidence?
Considering that I can talk about that subject for hours, condensing the answer down to three slides was a challenge.
Honestly, I am looking forward to hearing what my co-panelists have to say. These are some really smart people:
- Craig Ball — Attorney and Computer Forensic Expert
- Gary Kessler — Associate Professor of Computer & Digital Forensics and director of the M.S. in Digital Investigation Management, Champlain College;
- Dave Kleiman — Computer Forensic, E-Discovery, and Litigation Expert
- Bret Padres — Director, Digital Forensic Laboratory, Stroz Friedberg
- Dr. Doug White — Director, FANS laboratory at Roger Williams University; President of Secure Technology, LLC.; ISFCE Representative
I am also looking forward to hearing from folks like Harlan Carvey, Mark McKinnon, Ovie Carroll, Jesse Kornblum and a bunch of others that Rob Lee has managed to snag for the conference.
I hope to see you there.