How to Successfully Contribute Digital Forensics & Incident Response Research
Special Guest: Brandon Epstein, Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office
In this episode, we will be joined by Brandon Epstein from the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office in New Jersey. We are going to have an open conversation about forensic research that will cover the following topics:
- How to begin forensic research
- How to share forensic research
- What happens when things go completely wrong
- What happens when things go right
In the realm of digital forensics, it is incredibly important to constantly have new researchers adding new perspectives to keep everything fresh and up to date. Most of our research comes out of necessity. For example, if a customer has a question for the investigator that cannot be answered, it is clear that we need more research to be done on the topic.
Brandon will also cover the multiple ways to share the research with the digital forensic community:
- Peer-reviewed academic publications such as the Journal Of Forensic Sciences
- DFIR Review
- Sending e-mails to others in the field
Listen to the full episode to hear a comprehensive discussion on every aspect of forensic research.