Digital Forensics Research Assistant
Christine Casey is a senior from Braintree, Massachusetts majoring in Computer and Digital Forensics at Champlain College. Christine is a Student Worker at LCDI where she is involved in Research and Development. Currently, Christine is working on the project Super Timeline. Super timeline analysis is becoming more prevalent in the digital forensics industry. Using the open source tools SANS SIFT Workstation and log2timeline, an investigator can create a super timeline to piece together the events of an incident in one organized file.
Outside of the Center, Christine has been an active member of the Digital Forensics Association since her first year. She is currently the president of the Digital Forensics Association for the 2012-2013 school year. Christine has also completed a semester abroad in Dublin, Ireland at Champlain College Dublin. Because of this she has become very fond of traveling around the world. She has always had a passion for computers, and found Champlain College offered a major in Computer and Digital Forensics. Christine came to visit the college and fell in love with the beautiful city of Burlington, and the upside-down curriculum that Champlain College offered for the Computer and Digital Forensics Program.
Christine's goal is to work in the digital forensics field for a government agency, or work as a digital forensics consultant.