Read this interesting and informative interview with Harry Parsonage, experienced digital forensic triage expert and former DS at Nottingham Police DFU.
“Prior to joining ADF Solutions Harry Parsonage was a police officer for nearly 31 years in the UK. He spent 23 years as a detective sergeant managing and investigating the full range of crime from rape, robbery, child abuse, homicide, to corruption and serious fraud. For the last 11 years of his service he managed a police digital forensic unit and at the same time was a hands-on forensic practitioner. In 2007 he introduced a triage process to his DFU which reduced the backlog from 12 months to less than 6 months over a period of just 9 months. Harry is well known in the forensic community for his papers on MSN Artifacts, Windows Link Files, and Web Browser Session Restore Forensics and is on the editorial panel for the UK’s ACPO (Association of Chief Police Officers) Good Practice Guide for Computer-Based Electronic Evidence and also the ACPO Guide for Managers of eCrime Units.”