Nov. 17, 2022

457 After The Hack

Guest Bryan Barnhart talks Digital Forensics and Cybersecurity Incident Response.


Are you unsure whether your organization is, or has been, the victim of a cyber-attack? Bryan is the owner/operator of Infosec Cyber, which specializes in digital forensic and incident response investigations. 

The goal is to educate companies before a data breach or incident happens, but many times, Bryan and his team are brought in to find out what happened and pinpoint the root cause. 

What does this mean for IT providers like me? I need to do a better job of recording logs and "artifacts" to better help clients after the fact if / when something happens.

Bryan is a former Cyber Crimes Investigator, Police Detective and SWAT Operator/Instructor. 

Website: https://infoseccyber.com/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bryan-barnhart/

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Bryan Barnhart

Owner/Operator of InfoSecCyber and Infiltration Labs - specializing in digital forensic investigations, cybersecurity incident response, and penetration testing. Former detective, cybercrimes investigator, and SWAT Operator and Instructor. Former Network Intrusion Incident Responder and Digital Forensics Examiner with the U.S. Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force. Developed and taught the Network Intrusion Investigations course for the U.S. Secret Service from 2016 until 2019.