The unstoppable Lee Whitfield had me on Forensic 4cast yet again last weekend. As I mentioned on the podcast, I’ll be teaching SANS FOR408 Computer Forensic Investigations - Windows In-Depth at SANS New Jersey 2011. The class will be held from May 9th through the 14th at the Hyatt Morristown. SANS has secured a group discount for the rooms so the price is very reasonable and the location is great. It’s in the downtown Morristown area and is close to many great places to eat after class. The location is also very close to a train station if you want to go into NYC.
I finally had the pleasure of not only meeting Ryan at the last Northeast HTCIA chapter meeting, but listening to him put on a two hour presentation on all things Apple forensic. Ryan is an amazing talent in this area of digital forensics and does a great job teaching about Apple forensics. If you ever have a chance to hear him present, I highly recommend it. He’s also the person behind the Apple Examiner website which is, oddly enough, dedicated to Apple digital forensics. I’ve added the RSS feed for that site to the AFoD Blog roll so you can see whenever new content is added.
I’ve converted the podcast list for the blog to track the RSS feeds for the various podcasts that I listen to and recommend to others.
AFoD Facebook Page
I admit it. I caved. I finally went ahead and created a Facebook page for the blog. As much as I like Twitter, I know that Facebook is where everyone is these days even if I don’t necessarily care for it. I have to admit it has been nice to interact with everyone through a social networking method that gives me more than 140 characters to work with when I want to write something.