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Brian K. Glass

I am a Senior Forensic Computer Analyst. I work for the U.S. Postal Inspection Service Forensic Laboratory Services / Digital Evidence Unit located in Philadelphia, PA. I have testified about computer forensics as a expert witness in Federal Court. PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS: Access Data Certified Examiner, Certified Malware Investigator, Computer Information Forensics Investigator, Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator, Microsoft Certified Database Administrator, Comptia: Server , Security & A plus, Electronics Technician U.S.C.G. PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS: High Technology Crime Investigation Association, Consortium of Digital Forensic Specialists, International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators, Association for Computing Machinery.
Brian K. Glass has written 2 posts for Forensic Focus – Articles

Forensic Toolkit v3 Tips and Tricks – On a budget

While researching FTK 3X and Oracle, you just recently discovered that the best configuration of your Oracle database would be on a solid state drive (SSD). Solid state drives give the maximum level of performance to Oracle databases and in turn speed up your FTK 3X responsiveness. You are a conscientious analyst and decide to try … Continue reading

Forensic Toolkit v3 Tips and Tricks – Re-indexing a case

This is the first in a series of articles that will cover topics concerning AccessData Forensic Toolkit (FTK) version 3. So you’ve created a case in FTK 3.X / Oracle and added 20 forensic images of seized computers and assorted media which previously had been successfully processed and indexed. You’ve worked on this case for weeks, painstakingly … Continue reading

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