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Analysis of Remnant Data found on Memory Cards

Tuesday, 10 May 2016

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The ECU Security Research Institute invites interested members of the public to attend a Special Interest Group (SIG) Seminar by Dr Patrick Szewczyk:

Analysis of Remnant Data found on Memory Cards
Date: Monday 30th May 2016
Time: 9.00am (Presentation). 10.00am (Light refreshments and networking).
Venue: ECU Joondalup Campus, Building 21, Room 202
Speaker: Dr Patryk Szewczyk
RSVP: by 26 May to sri@ecu.edu.au. Please RSVP for catering purposes.

Memory cards have the potential to store a vast array of important and potentially confidential user data. They are easily upgradeable, cost effective and have large capacity, and as such are increasingly used in consumer electronics and shared amongst multiple devices. 

Please join Dr Szewczek as he presents his ongoing research, now in its 5th year, on the remnant data that was extracted from second hand memory cards in 2015 and how it compares to his earlier research over the previous 4 years.

Speaker profile

Dr Patryk Szewczyk is a lecturer in the School of Science at Edith Cowan University. He has over 30 combined journal and conference publications pertaining to ADSL router forensics and security, end-user security awareness, and remnant data analysis. He has a research interest in identifying and examining the factors that influence the inappropriate cyber security practices end-users adopt in their home environment. Patryk is also the post-graduate Cyber Security and Digital Forensics course coordinator.

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