Martin Schmiedecker will present current trends in improving the forensic process, and scaling the methods for conducting forensic analysis to up to hundreds or more Computers at DeepSec 2015.
20. November 2015
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“Digital Forensics at Scale”
Abstract: The forensic process as used today has severe problems: massive amounts of data to be analysed, many semi-manual analysis steps for the investigators, and many heterogeneous devices in use, even for single persons or small households. This talk will give an overview on different approaches that have been proposed recently to mitigate these issues, including fully automatic data extraction & analysis steps and acquisition prioritization. It will briefly touch the foundations of digital forensics, and then cover the different implementations and proposed improvements to take digital forensics to the next level, including moving from a mostly single-threaded tool chain to fleet forensics.