If you are going to be at interz0ne, please be sure to stop by my presentation and our table in the lobby to say hello and hang out!
There are quite a few additions to the presentation itself as compared to the article…
The original article dealt with the amount of information that could be surmised from simply looking at screen shots or shoulder-surfing a person. A simple glance at a persons screen could generate a wealth of information. The first half of this presentation will give several examples of this. This presentation will be HIGHLY INTERACTIVE!! There will be several examples of questions for the audience. Anyone can play along and you may be surprised at how much information that you can put together as we go along.
The second half of the presentation will branch off of the visible analysis and move onto concepts of metadata. This is a natural transition depending on your visual clues that can continue your detective work with or without physical access to the machine. I think that we all know that with physical access, we can eventually find anything and everything that we want. But physical access is not always necessary to arrive at a conclusion. I hope to demonstrate that through this presentation.
NOTE: Here is a secret about the presentation for anyone who read this post… There will be a special question for the audience at the end of this presentation, so make sure you pay attention from start to finish so that you are prepared for it.