New Presentation from MacDevOpsYVR 2019 - Launching APOLLO: Creating a Simple Tool for Advanced Forensic Analysis

I had the pleasure last week to attend MacDevOpsYVR in Vancouver, Canada. While I barely saw the city, I got to hang out with some awesome Mac Sys Admins and Dev Ops people. I’ve not been to a conference outside of Security/Forensics before so it was a delight to see the types of presentations and insight these fine folks had to offer.

The presentation includes how my APOLLO project has evolved over the last few months since it was introduced in November, 2018. I also go though some of my real life pattern-of-life examples from my iOS 12 device. We talked about everything including to my health, moving bodes (and chopping them up!), taking selfies, and how much I will spend for good food. Once the video is released I will be sure to upload a link to it, it will certainly provide more (humourous) context to the slides. [Edit 06/18/2019 - Video here!]

A unique addition to normal conference presentations was the use of a graphic recorder (Ashton of Mind’s Eye Creative) to provide additional context to the presentations. She records in real time key points of each presentation and does an absolutely fantastic job at it. This allows for additional context for discussions after the presentation with fellow attendees. Example of my talk is below:

As always, my presentations are always available on my Resources page.

Direct Link to the presentation is here!