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Being new to both Nuix and a corporate environment, each day is turning out to be considerably different and very busy! In essence, it's about working with our customers, helping them to get the most from Nuix; using my previous experience and knowledge I know what they need to do to be successful. Helping customers drive efficient workflows is one of my key objectives. more ...
I am a U.S. Army veteran. I recently fulfilled one of my biggest achievements, which was being awarded a Bachelor’s degree in Cyber Systems from the University of New Haven and now, I am working on my Master’s degree in the same field. Thus, my days a are a little busy since I’m a full-time graduate student. more ...
Well, I am a research assistant of the Cyber Analysis & Defense department of the Fraunhofer FKIE in Bonn, Germany. We are doing a lot of research in the area of malware and firmware analysis, but also digital forensics. So this is currently also my research topic, especially file system forensics. more ...
Magnet Forensics: Tell us a bit about yourself and Teel Technologies
Bob Elder: Ever since I could remember, I have had a strong interest in computers and technology. At a young age I was the go to guy to fix friends' and family's computers and eventually had my own company selling and repairing computers. Once I entered the policing environment, I was always doing side projects like designing department websites; fixing computers internally; showing fellow members how to work the tech stuff; and even teaching a little on the subject matter. In 2007, I transferred into the Victoria Police’s Computer and Mobile Forensics section where I found a new passion in the forensics environment. more ...
I am a senior lecturer of cyber security at Edith Cowan University in Perth, Australia.
I would start out a typical day in my life with a quick skim through my mailbox and prioritizing my responses based on several factors. I would then head out to my work place. If there's a teaching commitment for the day, I would prepare for my lectures and labs and update the online course material and/or announcements for students.
I set aside around an hour to keep myself at pace with the latest research trends in my discipline. I conduct research training for graduate students and help them prepare their findings for publication. I also actively involve myself in leadership activities including coordination of courses and desigining of new course material. more ...