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David Cowen

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Cache Up - Ep.5 David Cowen

Cache Up

Jessica interviews David Cowen about the latest trends in DFIR, explores David's journey to becoming a leading expert in the field, and talk taco recommendations.

1hr 6mins

30 Jun 2020

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#67 System Journaling Forensics con David Cowen · Crimen Digital

Crimen Digital

Estamos en el mes de fiestas patrias y en esta ocasión responderemos algunas de sus dudas que nos han dejado a través de nuestros canales de comunicación, el tema de este episodio #67 es acerca de System Journaling Forensics, ¿Sabes lo que es? Podría parecer un término bastante confuso pero nuestro experto en esta ocasión David Cowen  nos explica todo sobre como analizar este tipo de artefactos, disfrútenlo y esperamos que sea de gran apoyo para todos ustedes.


14 Dec 2018

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#002 – David Cowen: Standing On the Shoulders of Giants

Cyber Security Interviews

David Cowen has more than sixteen years of experience in the areas of security integration, architecture, assessment, programming, forensic analysis and investigations. He started out as a penetration tester then moved to digital forensics. Currently, he is a partner at G-C Partners, LLC, a full service digital forensics investigation company, and has experience working in a variety of environments ranging from high security military installations to large/small private sector companies.David is also one of the most passionate and active contributors within the cyber security and forensic communities. I look at David's contributions and think he doesn't sleep and/or someone in Dallas, TX there is cloning facility that has produced David Cowens versions 2 -5 which are all running around outputting awesome contributions to the community (yes, like the movie Multiplicity).Here is just a short list of what David' does to give back to the industry:Regular speaker at conferences such as OSDFConRan his blog, Hacking Exposed Computer Forensics, daily which included a weekly forensic challengeIs a Red Team Captain for the National Collegiate Cyber Defense CompetitionHas his own regular video podcast, Forensic Lunch Author of Computer Forensics: InfoSec Pro GuideCo-author of Hacking Exposed: Computer ForensicsCo-author of Anti-Hacker Tool Kit, Third EditionIs a SANS Institute Certified InstructorDeveloped TriForce ANJP, forensic software for parsing NTFS journals (also working on HFS+ capabilities)He is also a two-time Forensic 4cast award winner for both Digital Forensic Article of the Year and Digital Forensic Blog of the year.When he is not doing all of this, he is also a family man and BBQ aficionado.Nope. Zero chance this is one person.In this interview we will discuss how he has accomplished all of this, why he loves being an expert witness, why he moved from pen tester to forensicator, his inspiration to start programming, his favorite type of investigation and the questions to ask, how to hire good talent, what it took to develop TriForce ANJP and how it was a community effort, how no one stands on their own in the industry, and much more.I hope you enjoy this discussion. Please leave your comments below!Where you can find David:LinkedInTwitterHacking Exposed Computer ForensicsForensic Lunch 

1hr 17mins

23 Nov 2016