Sunday, May 15, 2011

Experienced Forensicator Seeks Employment

Well, my now-former employer has seen fit to close the door on that "season" of my life. I am grateful that I had the opportunity there to get involved in the forensics field and start giving back to the community. That time and experience has shown me again and again that I love the work, and (IMHO) am good at it. The whole process excites me, and I love the challenge each case brings!

That said, I am now a "free agent" and looking for a great team to join. You've seen some of my work here, and that's a start. To learn a little more about my experience and qualifications, please visit my LinkedIn page.

If you want a copy of my CV (which I hope you do), please drop me a note through LinkedIn and I'll send you a download link. I may post it more publicly a little further down the road, but for now this is what I'm doing.



Thursday, May 5, 2011

Forensic4Cast Awards - Voting

I'm only going to say this once. At least right now, that is.

Everyone, go over to Forensic4Cast Awards and vote for log2timeline "Best Computer Forensic Software" category.

I don't care what/who else you vote for, but you must for log2timeline. Kristinn has done an incredible job with this software, is extremely helpful, and deserves all the accolades he can get. Read his blog, too.

L2T's up against some big players, and needs everyone's votes. IMHO, this is a greater contribution than EnCase or FTK3. Thank you.

Now you can call me a fanboy. :D


PS: Thanks to Eric for posting that the voting was open. You can vote for his blog, too; he puts a lot of effort into it, and it's a good one.

PPS: In the "Best Civilian Forensic Team" category, I understand Digital Discovery pulled off the collection mentioned over the course of 1 1/2 days. Obviously Mandiant's the top of many a sane person's list but I hear the DDC crew rocks (no, I didn't nominate them).

PPPS: As per post above this one, the DDC crew no longer rocks the same as they used to... ;)