Catalina: A Voyage Through Apple’s New Artifacts
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Apple’s ever-changing features and updates can make it hard to keep up with the latest changes to the file system. Hear from our Chief Scientist and Apple forensic expert, Derrick Donnelly, about how Apple’s new operating system, Catalina, has changed and what this means for your investigations. Derrick will cover specifically how Catalina’s new organization of system verses user files may change investigative techniques. In addition, he will cover what users can expect to extract from unified logs and everything you need to know about general Catalina artifact changes.
Join us for a voyage through Apple’s new artifacts and understand how this new macOS will impact your investigations.
About our BlackBag Presenter:
Derrick Donnelly, Co-Founder of BlackBag and Chief Scientist
After his time at Apple, Inc. leading the Information Systems and Technology team, Derrick and current Chief Customer Officer, Ben Charnota, founded BlackBag. During this time, Derrick was also a regular instructor for the FBI Computer Analysis and Response Team (CART) for over 8 years and has taught numerous other international, federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies around the World. Derrick has completed analysis and given testimony in connection with Federal and state criminal and civil cases. He leads the research and development teams at BlackBag to continuously create multi-platform forensic software and hardware solutions.