Thanks to Hakin9 (and especially to Ewa Dudzic) and the readers that selected my articles as the best in the latest issues, the series of two articles “My ERP got hacked, an Introduction to Computer Forensics” are now available for free download from the magazine site.
I’ve been also authorised to post them on my website, so feel free to download them from the updated “Papers & Presentations” page, where I have also posted some of the comments I received from several readers, as well as an interesting reference to my article from Harlan Carvey.
I’m writing this post while seated on a train going from Birmingham’s International Airport to Banbury, a small town located in the heart of Oxfordshire. It’s only a 40 minutes trip but I really enjoy it, especially if I have a good album to listen to (like that of The Script I’m listening now), some coffee and the nice view of the English countryside I can see through the window right now.
I come to Banbury very often, like once every two or three months, most of the times to hold meetings with my team colleagues, to support ISO 27001 audits or to conduct onsite assessments. None of those are the main purpose of my visit this time. After delivering a new one-day session on Incident Response and Computer Forensics at my employer’s European offices in Leiden (the Netherlands), Bochum (Germany) and Warrington (UK), it’s now Banbury’s turn.
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