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Using Facial Recognition Software In Digital Forensics And Information Security - Brian Lockrey Derbycon 2013 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Using Facial Recognition Software In Digital Forensics And Information Security - Brian Lockrey
Derbycon 2013

Description: “This talk describes various applications that assist digital forensics investigators and law enforcement during the collection of evidence and in ongoing investigations. As hard drives get larger and larger, it is not uncommon in digital forensics to be presented with evidence from a system that contains thousands, or even tens of thousands of photos, videos and website links. Created as part of a toolset to assist in the detection of child pornography, these various software products can also help investigators locate facial images, even if the images are inside of a file without a standard graphics or video file extension. Additional tools are also availble to extract frames from various video files and use those images to identify and obtain even more artifacts related to the case. There are also many other applications for “”facial recognition”" software including network and computer security, criminal, social media and private investigation purposes that will also be discussed.”

Bio: “Brian Lockrey is a college professor of Information Security and Computer Forensics. Brian is also the Executive Director of the International Association of Digital Forensics Investigators (IADFI.org) and has written several software applications for digital forensics. He is passionate in sharing his expertise in Internet Security, Social Media, IT best practices and incident reporting. He often consults with educators, law enforcement and business managers and provides professional seminars on a variety of Digital Forensics and Information Security topics. Brian has presented at a broad variety of conferences including Computer Hacker’s Forensics Investigators, RVASec, Shakacon, Bsides Detroit, WordPress, TechColumbus, Ohio eTECH, Podcamp Ohio, CIOhio, Rotary, American Management Association and American Marketing Association. Brian’s much sought work has also been published in several journals and books. Brian earned his A.S. degree from Florida Institute of Technology, his B.S. degree from the University of Toledo, and his M.S. degree in Computer Science from the Ohio State University. Brian has also earned several certifications in Digital Forensics and Information Security.”

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