Chet Hosmer, Python Forensics Founder to present at Enfuse 2016.
Enfuse 2016 May 24, 2016 Caesars Palace Las Vegas: 3:30 PM
The Enfuse 2016 talk will demonstrate new open source Python scripts to identify hidden content in multimedia files.
Data Hiding is becoming a critical issue when investigating cybercrime. Suspects are becoming more sophisticated in hiding and protecting evidence. Recently new multimedia data hiding methods have been developed that aid in the hiding of evidence inside multimedia files without effecting the normal playing of the audio or video content. This Enfuse lecture / demonstration will combine EnCase® and Python to discover and extract hidden content. All participants will be provided the Open Source Python and EnScripts to include their forensic toolkits.
Demonstration of new multimedia data hiding methods. Deep dive into the complexity of multimedia hiding methods. Detailed review of Open Source Python and EnScripts used to discover and extract the hidden content. Live demonstration of the combined Python and EnScripts. Takeaway: Those attending this Enfuse presentation will receive copies of the Open source toolkit.
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