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About the Show

“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!

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For the last 10 years, Ronen Engler has handled special projects at Cellebrite. All together Ronen has over 20 years of engineering experience and holds a Master’s of Science in Electrical Engineering degree from NYU.

Heather Mahalik is the Senior Director of Digital Intelligence at Cellebrite. She advises on strategic digital intelligence operations and educates DFIR professionals on the latest challenges in the space and how Cellebrite helps address them. For more than 19 years, Heather has worked on high-stress and high-profile cases, investigating everything from child exploitation to Osama Bin Laden's digital media. She has helped law enforcement, eDiscovery firms, and the federal government extract and manually decode artifacts used in solving investigations around the world.

Heather is the co-author of Practical Mobile Forensics, currently a best seller from Pack't Publishing and serves as a the DFIR Curriculum Lead, Senior Instructor, and author for FOR585: Smartphone Forensic Analysis In-Depth at the SANS Institute.

Paul’s 15 years law enforcement spanned various sections. From patrol, to traffic enforcement, High risk offender management to Computer Forensic Unit.

A father of three kids, and his interests are cycling, fly fishing, hockey, football ( soccer ) and beaver tails.

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.