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It’s time to re-up your skills at hunting evil in memory by learning the new normal, Windows 10. Advance your memory forensics skills for what is expected to be the most rapidly adopted enterprise Windows version of all time. Find out what is new in Windows 10 OS artifacts, browsing history and memory management and how the memory forensic frameworks are keeping up. With a current adoption rate of 10% and growing, it is only a matter of time before this OS version will make up the majority of your digital forensics and incident response casework. This presentation will provide insight into the significant changes introduced with Windows 10 and how they will affect your investigative process.
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