School of Computing

Oct 18, 2018
18:00 - 20:00
Show and tell - digital forensics and giving evidence
BCS Kent Branch

18:00 Refreshments and Networking 18:30 start

Synopsis:Digital forensics is being used more and more as computers become increasingly prevalent in our lives.  In this talk, the speaker will walk us through a basic forensic process, before discussing his recent experience giving evidence for the Information Commissioner's Office in a magistrates' court. He will highlight some key forensics principles that you can follow without specialist software, allowing you to implement it as part of your own incident response process.Speaker:Jonathan Haddock has worked in IT for over 15 years, and has moved from managing a school network of 400+ devices to being a network and security engineer working with three local government authorities. Previously, he has run penetration testing workshops with the YPISG and recently solo for Canterbury Christchurch University.  He has given talks on a number of IT subjects, including defense in depth in local government at the CSFG's conference in January 2018.In 2014 Jonathan was awarded an MSc in Professional Computing from Staffordshire University, having focused on security.

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Cornwallis North West,
University of Kent,
United Kingdom


Open to All School of Computing staff and students, both BCS members and non-members welcome ,

Contact: Simon Thompson
School of Computing

School of Computing, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NF

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