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EnCase® Webinar Features SANS Lead Instructor Rob Lee

Thursday, November 13, 2014 (21:15:12)
A Triage and Collection Strategy for Time-Sensitive Investigations
November 19 at 11:00 a.m. Pacific


With the average hard drive now averaging one terabyte in size, the fallout from the explosion of user-created data has become an overwhelming volume of potential evidence that law-enforcement and corporate investigators spend countless hours examining. Lee will demonstrate a triage and collection strategy that can significantly reduce the amount of digital information you collect, revealing critical evidence faster, including:

• Identify the folders and files that often contain key insights
• Triage effectively to reduce the time spent sifting through collected information
• Eliminate backlogs by over 80 percent by efficiently culling case data

Presenters:
• Rob Lee, SANS Digital Forensic Curriculum Lead, the SANS Institute
• Robert Bond, Product Marketing Manager, Forensics, Guidance Software

Click here to register: www.encase.com/conducting-triage

How To Use IEF and Cellebrite to Find More Evidence On iOS Devices

Thursday, November 13, 2014 (17:22:45)
We previously shared a blog post explaining how to find more mobile evidence on Android devices using IEF and Cellebrite, together. We've also put together a workflow to help you recover more in your iOS investigations.

Here are step by step instructions on how to use IEF and Cellebrite together to acquire and analyze iOS devices, including physical and logical acquisitions, to get more mobile evidence.

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Final 2014 Nuix Investigations Training Classes - UK & East Coast US Dates

Tuesday, November 11, 2014 (16:31:01)
Whether you’re new to Nuix software or you’re a power user, Nuix offers training paths to maximize your skillset and keep you up-to-date with the latest workflows and technologies.

By training and getting certified in Nuix Investigations software, you’re becoming an expert in the world’s fastest and most scalable technology on the market for processing large, complex sources of data. Learn from the best and build your career with Nuix.

Dallas DA's New Digital Forensics Lab Could Cause Conflicts of Interest

Monday, November 10, 2014 (14:58:58)
Ahead of his election day disaster, District Attorney Craig Watkins announced the creation of a new division in his office. He's done this before, most recently with the Civil Rights Division, a team that will investigate, right alongside Internal Affairs, when a police officers shoots someone. The latest is a digital forensics lab that will analyze evidence such as text messages, emails and digital video. But an in-house lab that handles and stores evidence might be a conflict of interest, or at least open proseuctors to accusations of it...

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How to Use IEF and Cellebrite to Investigate Android Devices

Monday, November 03, 2014 (17:10:37)
Mobile devices contain a wealth of valuable information, but the challenge is knowing how to retrieve the data. Investigators seem to have image acquisition covered with tools like Cellebrite’s UFED, but want to know how to pull more evidence from third-party apps.

With this in mind, we've put together step by step instructions on how to use IEF and Cellebrite together to acquire and analyze Android devices, including physical acquisitions, file system extractions and quick file dumps...

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