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Episode 13: I Beg to DFIR – Long Load Times Cramping Your Style?

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Aired: March 30, 2021

“Nothing To See Here? I Beg To DFIR” is a series of 30-min live interactive “tips and tricks” webinars, bringing the technical side of forensics together, to provide the most common, or most requested, questions from our customers, in today’s changing world. They’re fast, effective, and interactive and they’re on the house! Hosted by Heather Mahalik, Ronen Engler, Paul Lorentz; and Matt Goeckel; plus special guests!

This Week’s Topic: Long Load Times Cramping Your Style? 

In this episode, we will cover the new Selective Decoding feature in Cellebrite Physical Analyzer.

Cellebrite Physical Analyzer offers a new feature called Selective Decoding which affords the opportunity for examiners to be able to select applications to be decoding during parsing of extractions in PA. This webinar will walk you through the process of leveraging Selective Decoding, the reasoning behind it and how to make the most of your examinations in PA.

Click here to register for our next session: Episode 14: I Beg to DFIR – Everyone is Ready for April Showers to Bring May Flowers

  • Heather Mahalik Senior Director of Digital Intelligence at Cellebrite

    Over 18 years’ experience in digital forensics and has been an expert of choice for law enforcement and intelligence agencies. She has worked high profile cases from child exploitation to Osama Bin Laden’s digital media. Heather likes wine, bourbon, reading, researching, and traveling.

  • Ronen Engler Senior Manager, Technology and Innovation at Cellebrite

    Applying over 20 years of engineering experience, holding Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering from NYU and handling special projects for 10 years now @ Cellebrite – even though Twitter banned him. Hi I’m Ronen!

  • Paul Lorentz Senior Solutions Engineer at Cellebrite

    Close to 15 years in Canadian Law Enforcement before joining Cellebrite. Last assignment was in the Computer Forensic Unit, conducting examinations related to file ranging from child exploitation, organized crime and homicides. Likes Hockey, fishing, and beaver tails. 

  • Matt Goeckel Solutions Engineer at Cellebrite

    Matt joined Cellebrite after spending almost 18 years in law enforcement. He last acted as the forensic examiner at his police department conducting examinations on devices relating to a large variety of criminal cases. Matt doesn’t have spare time, but if he did, he would probably be doing something outdoors.