Computer Security Day – Brisbane 2007

I will be giving a short half hour talk titled “Recent developments in volatile memory forensics” at the Brisbane Computer Security Day on Friday 29th November, 2007. In this talk I will be giving an overview of where volatile memory forensics fits into the general practice of forensics, identify the benefits and limitations of the current toolset, and outline the current developments in the field. The subjects of other talks include PCI data security, google hacking, and web application security.

This event has been organised by the Information Security Insititue, the Australian Information Security Association and AUSCERT.

UPDATE: The slided of my talk can be found here.