We are happy to announce the first in our BitCurator webinar series: An Introduction to the BitCurator Environment. This webinar will be the first in a monthly series of webinars addressing the use of Digital Forensics in the curation of born-digital materials. It will take place on Wednesday, November 20th from 10:00am – 11:00am EST and again from 2:oopm – 3:00pm EST. We will introduce participants to the basic functions of the BitCurator environment–from installation to generating forensics metadata reports. Specific topics covered will include:
- Installing BitCurator as either a virtual machine or a stand-alone operating system
- Learning to navigate within the BitCurator environment (BitCurator is a modified version of Ubuntu Linux)
- Working with external media within BitCurator
- Creating disk images via Guymager
- Searching a disk image for personally identifiable information (PII)
- An introduction to DFXML (Digital Forensics XML)
- Generating the BitCurator reports
To attend this webinar, please register here in advance for the session you would like to attend by clicking on the appropriate link below.
We are limiting each webinar to 30 participants, so we encourage you to register early. If you have any questions about the event, please contact Porter Olsen at polsen at umd dot edu.