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Brian Carrier, on staff with @stake whose headquarters are in Boston, MA and the developer of TASK (The @Stake Sleuth Kit) and Autopsy (extensions to The Coroners Toolkit) discussed different, more objective, approaches to developing a taxonomy for digital forensic tools.

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DFRWS 2002 Archive

DFRWS 2002 brought academic researchers and digital forensic investigators and practitioners together for active discussion. To learn more about the presenters and speakers who made the Workshop a success, visit the People section of our archived site. For further information about DFRWS 2002's program and proceedings, view the Workshop Agenda.

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