tlawlessat July 08,2015 Good and broad overview of the different paths one could take a digital forensic skillset. Anywhere from local law enforcement to the global war on terror digital technology has come to be a large component of all of our lives. There's nothing to show that the pace of growth will slow down anytime soon.
achanthaat July 12,2015 @tlawless I agree with all your comments. There is really nothing to show that the pace of growth in digital forensics will slow down any time soon. It is really interesting to see how digital forensics can point you in the right direction or help solve a crime.
arautat July 13,2015 One of the challenges for Army has been having military personnel who are cyber focused. With new military occupation specialist cyber network defense, and cyber officer they are trying to fill the gap. Most of the personnel doing cyber work in military are either DA civilians or contractors. One of the reason has been large gap in pay differential between military personnel and civilians/contractors doing the same work.
428Mach1at July 21,2015 An fascinating and informative look into the 21 century`s Bletchley Park ("boomers" will recognize this reference). Interesting how "weapons" have evolved in the last 50 years. My father was in the US AAF and served on Tinian for awhile . That site has a link with another one of the 20th century`s more advanced weapons. I am heartened to see that our military complex has embraced and is exploiting the digital world defensively and offensively. Might I suggest a sequel " Forensically Imaging bin Laden`s hard drives ?
TimWalshat July 21,2015 This is a fantastic video that does a great job of showing the real-world applications of computer forensics. I think this would be a great resource to present to get more people interested in this growing discipline. I think if people examined the real-world results-driven nature of computer forensics, more people would want to learn more and possibly build a career around it.