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AboutDFIR Site Content Update 4/9/22

Keeping it short and sweet today. Hope you’re all doing well!

  • Annual Industry Reports– new entry added – 2022 Cyberthreat Defense Report & Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2022
  • Jobs – new entries added and old cleaned up – New positions include: Kroll, Peraton, Crowdstrike, Secureworks, and the Federal Public Defender’s Office in Los Angeles
  • Tools & Artifacts – Windows – new entries added – Pagefile URLs, Battery Levels, & PowerShell Scripts
  • Tools & Artifacts – Android – new entries added – Chess.com & TIA Portal

AboutDFIR stickers are still a thing! If you’re interested in one, please let us know! Here’s what they look like:

Still nomination time for the Forensic 4:Cast awards, but only one more site update away from when it closes on May 1! Click here to nominate your favorite or most useful resources! 

Also, I forgot to mention it last update but I’ve added two new boards to my Start.me collection. I’ve been aggregating links from the SANS Summits for almost a year now and I think I’ve found a groove which means the quality has improved greatly from the first one. If you haven’t see them, they are available here or here. I’ve also gone back through all of the previous summits I had boards for and added the links to each talk on Youtube to their respective widgets as they became available. This just makes it easier to see all the data in one place as if truly reliving the summit. It can be a really nice “lunch and learn” type experience on your own time. They include 2021 Summits (Pen Test HackFest, Security Awareness, Threat Hunting, and the DFIR Summit) and 2022 Summits so far (Cyber Threat Intelligence, New2Cyber, and the OSINT Summit). Take a chance to check it out if any of those appeal to you!

Have a good one!
Cassie (DFIRDetective)

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