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Enfuse 2017 Reflection – Ree Blaisdell

Introduction I wouldn’t say I’m sheltered, but I haven’t gotten out of Vermont much growing up. In fact this was only my second time flying anywhere, so going somewhere as incredible as Las Vegas was astounding. I learned so much at the Enfuse Conference about so many different things but I also had time to […]

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Enfuse 2017 Reflection – Emily Platz: Combating Fileless Malware

Introduction It was bright and early – 8:00 AM – on the first day at Enfuse. I had just arrived at my first session, How to Combat Fileless Malware; I was a little nervous, but just as excited to be in Las Vegas to learn everything I could from professionals in my field of study. […]

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Enfuse 2017 Reflection – Jack Gleason: Social Media as Digital Evidence

Introduction Champlain College offers its students a plethora of opportunities and resources. I have been lucky enough to take advantage of these resources during my short time here with an internship at the Senator Patrick Leahy Center for Digital Investigation. I can say that I left the internship with experience in a professional work environment, […]

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Enfuse 2017 Reflection – Matthew Fortier: A Software Developer at Enfuse

Introduction It’s no secret that EnFuse is not a conference marketed towards software developers. There are moments where a dev can feel welcome – like during one of Guidance Software’s demos showcasing the newest features of their EnCase forensic suite –  but other than that, there’s not common ground. The average software developer wouldn’t get […]

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Enfuse 2017 Reflection – Felisa Charles: Know Normal, Find Evil

Introduction I am truly grateful to have be chosen by the Leahy Center for Digital Investigation (LCDI) to represent Champlain College at Enfuse 2017, a digital forensics conference hosted by Guidance Software. The knowledge I gained in just 4 days was immeasurable. By the end I walked away with a tremendous amount of new experience […]

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Final Enfuse 2016 Highlight- David D’Amico

Reach Ever Higher Everybody’s freshman year takes them far from their comfort zone. I didn’t have any illusions about that. “But, jeez,” I remember thinking as I stepped onto a plane bound for Las Vegas, “this is several hundred miles farther than I expected.” In my eyes, I had long since made my first year a […]

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Enfuse 2016 Highlight- Matthew Fortier

Down and Dirty With Python At Enfuse 2016 As it turns out, Python can be an invaluable skill for a forensic investigator to have. As a Computer Science major at Champlain College coming to a digital forensics conference like Enfuse 2016, I had to do my best to find the niche sessions that apply to […]

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Enfuse 2016 Highlight – Mike Albrecht

Introduction Those in attendance at Herbert Joe’s Enfuse 2016 panel “From Katz to Riley (and beyond): How SCOTUS Views Evolving Technology” were in for a treat. Certainly, the conference’s in-depth presentation delivered excellent technical content, but it was quite a breathe of fresh air mid-conference to find myself sitting for a panel oriented around jurisprudence. […]

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Enfuse 2016 Highlight- Kelsey Ward

The Enfuse Experience I knew Champlain College was a special place the moment I first set foot on its campus. Even then, I did not realize the wealth of opportunities it would offer me in the years to come. This past May, I was fortunate enough to attend EnFuse, Guidance Software’s annual Digital Forensics Conference, alongside […]

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Enfuse 2016 Highlight- Jason Ehlers

LCDI’s Enfuse Experience: A Grad Student’s Perspective I was very fortunate to be selected to attend Guidance Software’s Enfuse 2016 conference as a part of the LCDI delegation. At the time, I was a non-traditional student who had chosen to come back to college after many years of prior work.  My previous job had me […]

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