Ottawa – May 2021 Chapter Meeting
HTCIA Ottawa May Chapter Meeting via Zoom
Subject: The Digital Forensic Process
Presenter: Shannon Brazil
BIO: Shannon is a Sr. Cyber Security Specialist currently working within a CIRT of a telco company; she’s been in IT for over 12 years, working in Cybercrime investigations with law enforcement and recently moving into the private sector to focus on Digital Forensic analysis and investigations, and Incident Response. As a hobby, she dives into OSINT CTFs, helps promote young women to enter into the STEM industry through Technovation – an innovative program for young entrepreneurs, and offers mentorship to those looking to venture into Cyber Security. She is also a course designer and developer with a local college that aims to arm future generations with tactics, techniques and knowledge in becoming experts in Digital Forensics and Investigations.
Topic: The Digital Forensic Process is a science of finding digital evidence, and is best defined as the process of preservation, identification, extraction, and documentation of digital evidence. With digital-related cases becoming increasingly complicated, this process provides the forensic team with the best techniques and tools to help with the resolution. In this presentation, you will learn what Digital Forensics is, the history and where it all started, as well have the objectives and the types of Digital Forensics. Of course, we will visit the process itself, and review the challenges and advantages of Digital Forensics.