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Richard Nolan
August 2008 - Technical Note Computer Forensics: Results of Live Response Inquiry vs. Memory Image Analysis

Topics: Digital Intelligence and Investigation, Incident Management

Authors: Cal Waits, Joseph A. Akinyele, Richard Nolan, Larry Rogers

In this 2008 report, the authors compare various approaches and tools used to capture and analyze evidence from computer memory.

April 2007 - Podcast Computer Forensics for Business Leaders: A Primer

Authors: Richard Nolan, Stephanie Losi

In this podcast, participants discuss how computer forensics is often overlooked when planning an incident response strategy.

September 2005 - Handbook First Responders Guide to Computer Forensics: Advanced Topics

Topics: Digital Intelligence and Investigation, Incident Management

Authors: Richard Nolan, Marie Baker, Jake Branson, Josh Hammerstein, Kristopher Rush, Cal Waits, Elizabeth Schweinsberg

In this 2005 handbook, the authors help technical staff members who are charged with administering and securing information systems and networks.

March 2005 - Handbook First Responders Guide to Computer Forensics

Topics: Digital Intelligence and Investigation, Incident Management

Authors: Richard Nolan, Colin O'Sullivan, Jake Branson, Cal Waits

In this 2005 handbook, the authors discuss collecting basic forensic data, a training gap in information security, computer forensics, and incident response.

March 2004 - Handbook Advanced Information Assurance Handbook

Topics: Network Situational Awareness, Software Assurance

Authors: Christopher May, Michele Baker, Derek Gabbard, Travis Good, Galen Grimes, Mark Holmgren, Richard Nolan, Robert Nowak, Sean Pennline

This handbook helps technical staff members who are charged with administering and securing information systems and networks.