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Executing Windows Command Line Investigations
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The only book that covers Windows Command Line Interface for forensic and incident response evidentiary triage.

Table of Contents

The Impact of Windows CLI Importance of Digital Evidence Integrity Windows CLI Configuration Operating the Proactive Incident Response Command Shell (PIRCS) Use Cases Future Use 3rd Party Windows CLI Tools

About the Author

Chet Hosmer serves as an Assistant Professor of Practice at the University of Arizona in the Cyber Operations program, where he is teaching and researching the application of Python and Machine Learning to advanced cybersecurity challenges. Chet is also the founder of Python Forensics, Inc. a non-profit organization focused on the collaborative development of open-source investigative technologies using Python and other popular scripting languages. Chet has made numerous appearances to discuss emerging cyber threats including NPR, ABC News, Forbes, IEEE, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Government Computer News, Salon.com, and Wired Magazine. He has 7 published books with Elsevier and Apress that focus on data hiding, passive network defense strategies, Python Forensics, PowerShell, and IoT. Joshua Bartolomie (CISSP, CRISC, DFCP, CEECS, CFCE) has 20 years of technical and management experience within the information technology and cyber security domains. Joshua has contributed to and managed programs that range from teaching digital forensics to designing, implementing, and managing cutting edge Security Operations Centers and Incident Response Teams. Mr. Bartolomie is an active participant in multiple information sharing and collaborative consortiums and has presented at numerous cyber security forums, conferences, and venues. In his current role, Joshua is responsible for translating corporate business strategies, environmental conditions, infrastructure requirements, and industry best practices into strategic cyber security designs and architectural roadmaps. Joshua holds a Master’s Degree in Information Assurance from Norwich University and a Bachelor’s of Science in Digital and Computer Forensics from Champlain College. Ms. Rosanne Pelli, is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) through the Project Management Institute (PMI) and CompTIA Security+ professional with Harris Corporation. She has over ten years of experience in the coordination, programmatic oversight and management of US government contracts as well as Harris’ Secure-U Training Program. During her years of experience, Ms. Pelli has assisted in the management and coordination of various government contracts that focused on the identification and analysis of emerging cyber threats; evaluation and transition of cyber security technologies for tactical use by the cyber security community; technical assistance to federal, state and local law enforcement communities; development and maintenance of a virtual cyber security training portal; and the development, coordination and execution of various national and international cyber security training initiatives.

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"Executing Windows Command Line Investigations is a leading edge book that targets digital forensics investigations and incident response. The book clearly lays out the technical details of the Windows CLI so you can directly manage every aspect of cyber evidence acquisition and triage, while maintaining data evidence integrity and chain of custody. This is a must read for cyber security practitioners and students!" --Joe Giordano, Utica College

"This book is an excellent reference for all levels of incident responders and covers essential techniques for responding to modern cyber security threats." --Mark Bilanski, Incident Response Manager

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