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And now a quick word from our sponsors.

Just some thoughts on “vendor” marketing.

sales In just about every DFIR email list, social media thread, or forum, there is the sporadic appearance of a vendor who mentions their software in response to a problem someone has, and within seconds of the vendor response, the vendor gets bashed for simply saying, "Hey, maybe my software can help."

I totally get it. I don’t know anyone who wants sales people knocking on their front door, trying to sell something that they didn’t ask for in the first place.  Doesn’t matter if it is encyclopedia sales or vacuum cleaner sales, unsolicited sales can be annoying.

The conferences

Anyone who has been to even one major tech conference quickly learns that if you let a vendor scan your badge in return of getting a free pen or toy, you will probably have emails sent to you for years by that vendor.  The cost

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