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What's Happening In Forensics Jul 22, 2019

Tuesday, July 23, 2019 (17:31:20)
DME Forensics show how to recover inaccessible video evidence.

Chris Dale interviews Susanna Blancke about foreign language ediscovery.

Ryan Benson talks about deciphering browser hieroglyphics.

Amped demonstrate how to verify time and place information in pictures.
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How To Launch 18 Simultaneous Wiping Sessions And Reach 18TB/h Overall Speed

Tuesday, July 23, 2019 (16:20:50)
Thanks to its ability to perform 18 simultaneous imaging sessions, TaskForce is the most capable evidence acquisition in the forensics market. Atola’s team of engineers have equipped the device with a server-grade motherboard and CPU, thus allowing TaskForce to multitask at the unprecedented speed of 18 TB/h or even more.

TaskForce has a user-friendly, task-oriented interface, enabling a user to launch each operation in a couple of clicks, control it remotely, and engage other operators in tracking each task from various devices, simply by entering the IP address in the Chrome browser on any device within the same network.

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Apple Watch Forensics: Is It Ever Possible, And What Is The Profit?

Monday, July 22, 2019 (13:39:13)
Vladimir Katalov and Mattia Epifani discuss their research at DFRWS EU 2019.

OK, hello everybody, thank you for coming, my name is Vladimir. I am from Elcomsoft Company based in Moscow, Russia. Unfortunately we’re very limited in time, so we will have to go fast. I think you’re familiar with mobile forensics and in particular in iPhone forensics. This time we are going to speak about what kind of data can be extracted from Apple Watch.

There are basically three main methods of extracting the acquisition of the data from the mobile devices: physical, logical, and cloud. But for the Apple Watch, there are actually some differences.
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AccessData Conducts Digital Forensics Lab During Cybersecurity Camp for Girls

Friday, July 19, 2019 (06:50:30)
AccessData Group, a leading provider of integrated digital forensics and e-discovery software, hosted a hands-on lab to educate girls about techniques in digital forensics during the 2019 GenCyber “Girls in CybHER Security” camp at Dakota State University (DSU).

The fifth annual camp, which is the largest residential girls cyber camp in the U.S. sponsored by the National Security Agency, took place from June 23-27, 2019, on the DSU campus in Madison, S.D. The camp was attended by 115 girls, from 14 different states, who are in the 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th grades.

Oxygen Forensics Training Promotion

Thursday, July 18, 2019 (11:20:49)
Oxygen Forensics is excited to offer some great training deals that will help you make this world safer! All promos will be good only in Q3 2019 but the training attendance window is good for one year.

Take a look at the three options:

NVMe drive support in Atola Insight Forensic

Thursday, July 18, 2019 (07:27:46)
At the beginning of July Atola Technology introduced the latest software release for Atola Insight Forensic. Version 4.13 includes a range of new features, the most anticipated of which is NVMe drive support.

From now on, Insight users will be able to image NVMe drives with the help of an adapter produced by Qnine, which has been tested by Atola QA team.
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What's Happening In Forensics Jul 17, 2019

Wednesday, July 17, 2019 (15:52:16)
Sharon D. Nelson talks about how courts are struggling to interpret emojis.

Terry Sweeney writes about the 10 essentials of infosec forensics.

Amped introduce Authenticate update 13901, with improved social media identification and a whole host of other features.

Xavier Mertens talks about analyzing DNS TXT records.
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New Forensic Focus Job Board

Wednesday, July 17, 2019 (14:49:12)
Forensic Focus is pleased to announce a new and improved job board for digital forensics practitioners:


The board includes a range of new features, including keyword/location search and the ability to filter by position, job type, country and city. Job seekers can create email alerts to be notified of suitable vacancies and employers continue to be able to post vacancies for free, with a featured job option available for greater visibility. The old job board will still be available as an archive.

We hope you find the new board useful and welcome any comments or suggestions.
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What's Happening In Forensics Jul 16, 2019

Tuesday, July 16, 2019 (13:43:01)
Michael Karsyan shows how to track printer usage with event logs.

Didier Stevens has updated format-bytes.py to version 0.0.9.

The first keynote has been announced for TechnoSecurity TX this year: Roman Yampolskiy will be talking about artificial intelligence and the future of cybersecurity.
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Register For Webinar: Oxygen Forensic Jet Engine With Facial Recognition

Tuesday, July 16, 2019 (12:33:50)
Come see the unbelievable innovation built into Oxygen Forensic Jet Engine. As announced at the Techno Security MB Oxygen Forensics will include in it's flagship application the ability for investigators to categorize human faces using it's built in facial recognition technology.
The facial recognition component will be integrated into Oxygen Forensic software and updated regularly at no additional cost to customers. Its unique features include:

- Industry leading accuracy
- Detailed face analytics
- Immediate categorization and matching
- Working with huge volumes of data

Join the free webinar to learn how you can spend less time looking through thousands of photos or videos on a single device and be better equipped to analyze the aggregated visual data from hundreds of devices!

Date: Tuesday, July 23rd, 2019
Time: 10 am EDT, 3 pm BST
Presenter: Lee Reiber, COO, Oxygen Forensics

Register here
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