Christa: Hello, and welcome to the Forensic Focus podcast. Monthly, we interview experts from the digital forensics and incident response community on a host of topics ranging from technical aspects to career soft skills. I'm your host, Christa Miller. Today, we're talking with Josh Brunty, an associate professor at Marshall University, where he teaches both foundational and specialized laboratory courses within the digital forensics, information assuranc,e and forensic science graduate degree programs. A former digital forensics laboratory manager and examiner, Josh has over a decade of experience in the field of digital forensics and high tech crime investigation. He has served on several federal and state level cyber crime task forces and panels, and has participated in both national and international committees and panels focusing on the advancement of digital forensic science and digital evidence in the United States. He has authored books, book chapters, and journal publications in the field of digital forensics, mobile device forensics, and social media investigation. Josh, welcome to the show.
Forensic Lunch 5/8/20 - Jack Farley, Josh Brunty, Kevin Pagano, Tom Pace, Jim Arnold
The Forensic Lunch with David Cowen and Matthew Seyer
This week on the Forensic Lunch we had: Josh Brunty, @joshbrunty, talking about his DFIR program at Marshall https://www.marshall.edu/cyber/ Tom Pace of Blackberry Cyclance and Jim Arnold of KPMG talking about recent ransomware trends. Kevin Pagano, @kevpagano3, talking about his Sunday Funday and the Magnet Virtual CTF Jack Farley, @jackfarley248, talking about MEAT and the Magnet Virtual CTF https://github.com/jfarley248/MEAT You can watch it here: https://youtu.be/fPzSm-hofA0
Episode 3 - Peter Serefine, Professor Josh Brunty, & more w/Music Man Mark
Nerds & Non/Sense™ with Larry Compton
Thank you to all of my guests for their patience during my unexpected break. It was very much necessary, and your understanding is very much appreciated.I start off chatting with my nephew Peter Serefine, Jr., author of the book Progress, Really? and host of the podcast Liberty Lighthouse. It's been far too long since we've chatted.Aftwards, I get to hear Josh Brunty's opinion regarding The Encryption Backdoor Debate of 2019 in our "What's Your Opinion?" segment. Josh is a Professor of Digital Forensics at Marshall University's highly regarded Forensic Science Graduate Program.Finally, I close out the episode with Music Man Mark and some nonsense.Drop us your thoughts by calling (541) 314-4271In Episodes 4 & 5 we'll be changing the topic for our "What's Your Opinion?" segment, and we'll be chatting about The Great Hack documentary, on Netflix, Cambridge Analytica.We'd love to include your thoughts, but if you don't have time...no worries.We got this. 😎❤️ Support the show (https://paypal.me/nerdsandnonsense)