±Partners and Sponsors

±Your Account


Nickname
Password


Forgotten password/username?


Membership:
New Today: 3
New Yesterday: 1
Overall: 27105
Visitors: 37

±Follow Forensic Focus

Join our LinkedIn group

Subscribe to news

Subscribe to forums

Subscribe to blog

Subscribe to tweets

Page 437

Learn to retrieve data in Modesto CA

Friday, January 21, 2005 (07:17:27)
Kirk Stockham, a retired computer forensics investigator, will show members of the Modesto PC Users Group how to find hidden data on a hard drive. He will also explain how to recover data that may have been accidentally erased and talk about identity theft. The presentation will be at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 27 at Destiny Christian Center, 1161 Carver Road. At 6:30 p.m., the club will host a question and answer period. The public is welcome.

More (modbee.com)

High-tech sleuths set up shop in Manhattan

Thursday, January 20, 2005 (07:27:21)
A Gresham-based computer forensics consulting group has launched a cross-country expansion, opening an office in Manhattan last month. NTI Breakwater, a division of Seattle-based Breakwater Security Associates, hopes to keep a central laboratory in the Portland area while opening offices in key corporate and legal markets such as Chicago, Los Angeles and Atlanta.

More (OregonLive.com)

"Forensic Discovery" by Dan Farmer and Wietse Venema

Wednesday, January 19, 2005 (09:10:11)
Just a quick note to let everyone know that a new book, "Forensic Discovery", by Dan Farmer and Wietse Venema is now available from Amazon.com (ISBN 020163497X). For some reason it appears to be listed under the title "Internet Security" at Amazon.co.uk, not sure if that's a mistake or not...

NZ computer expert aids US murder case

Tuesday, January 18, 2005 (13:13:35)
A New Zealand computer forensics expert is helping American investigators gather evidence against the woman accused of murdering a pregnant Missouri woman and kidnapping her unborn child. Daniel Ayers, of McCallum Petterson in Auckland, was approached by an FBI-sponsored forensic laboratory in Kansas City to help unravel key evidence in the case against Lisa Montgomery.

More (The New Zealand Herald)

DOD cyber sleuths swap secrets in Florida

Friday, January 14, 2005 (12:20:04)
The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) is making changes to streamline its response to online threats across the various branches of the military, and deal with a steady stream of new online woes, from hacking attempts to child pornography and threats posed by powerful portable storage devices such as iPods, according to senior DOD officials. The DOD blocked and traced 60,000 intrusion attempts on its unclassified networks in 2004, and wrestles with spam, illicit pornography and other common Internet threats. If left to fester the threats could hamper the massive defense agency, which relies on global, unclassified networks for critical business operations, said Lieutenant General Harry Raduege, director of the Defense Information Systems Agency.

Raduege was speaking at the Department of Defense Cyber Crime Conference in Palm Harbor, Florida, an annual gathering of some of the government's top IT, computer forensic and research and development talent.

More (Standard)