Blog: SANS Digital Forensics and Incident Response Blog: Category - Computer Forensic Hero

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Michael Worman: Computer Forensic Hero

The SANS Computer Forensics Heroes project is to help introduce you to people that have made a difference in information security and the digital forensic community. We believe there are a lot of people contributing to make computer forensics work, and we want to introduce them to you.

Interview with Michael Worman


by Rob Lee


1. Tell us how you became interested in incident response or computer forensics.


My grandfather was the historian of the OCI (Office of Central Intelligence) and a 24-year veteran of the CIA, so maybe working in security intelligence was in my genes. As secretive men go, I didn't find this out until after his death in 2007, but oddly enough, I had already come as close as one can get to joining a national intelligence agency myself in 1999. Choosing instead to follow my ...

Hal Pomeranz: Computer Forensic Hero

The SANS Computer Forensics Heroes project is to help introduce you to people that have made a difference in information security and the digital forensic community. We believe there are a lot of people contributing to make computer forensics work, and we want to introduce you to them.

Interview with Hal Pomeranz


by Rob Lee


1. Tell us how you became interested in IR or Forensics.


As a computer security professional, IR and Digital Forensics had always been of interest to me, but generally had always been handled by "somebody else" in the organizations I worked for. What pushed me to learn more was teaching the Forensics material in SANS Sec506 (the SANS Linux/Unix Security track) that was originally developed
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