The time has come to say farewell. My time in both law enforcement and in digital forensics is rapidly coming to an end. I have reached the age at which I decided long ago I wanted to retire from police work. Despite my occasional gripes, law enforcement, specifically my department, has been very good to me and I am grateful. It has been an exciting, boring, depressing, thrilling, scary and
I completely forgot to mention something in my last post. My friend Tom is doing a Year of Python series on his Ram Slack blog. He is posting a new Python 2 project each week for a whole year in his quest to learn. He's doing some very cool stuff and I recommend you check it out.
Hello all, As the title of this post states, nominations are now open at the Forensic 4cast website for this years awards. These awards ceremony has become a highly anticipated event each year at the SANS DFIR Summit in Austin, Tx. I'm proud to say I've been nominated twice and won once, winning the 2013 Digital Forensic Blog of the Year. I've already got some nominations in mind for this