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Paraben’s Forensic Innovations Conference (PFIC) 2014 Registration Now Open

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 (10:45:10)
Paraben is pleased to announce that registration is now open for Paraben’s Forensic Innovations Conference 2014. Come back to the mountains of Snowbird Utah with us Nov 12-14, 2014. We are returning to beautiful Snowbird, Utah with a full agenda, larger exhibit hall, and more offerings for everyone.

There are two enrollment categories, each with 8 Hours of Labs, 8 Hours of Lectures, & 8 Hours of Training:

• Basic
• Advanced

All attendees will attend every lecture and then split based on category to custom labs and training sessions. By the end of the conference, you will get to attend everything in your category.

• Enrollment $399.00
• Pro Pass $799.00 (Includes 3 nights hotel)
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HMIC report highlights concern over cybercrime plans

Thursday, April 10, 2014 (12:29:55)
Three out of 43 police forces in England and Wales have a comprehensive plan to deal with a large-scale cyber-attack, a report has found.

Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) warned only Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and West Midlands had sufficient plans in place.

It also found only 2% of police staff across 37 forces had been trained on investigating cybercrime...

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CSI IT: Forensic security skills for IT professionals

Wednesday, April 09, 2014 (13:34:03)
TV shows such as CSI have popularised the world of digital forensics, glamorising the field and piquing the interest of a generation of graduates and career-movers, writes Kevin Waugh.

Because of this, it would be natural to assume that most businesses could now call on an extensive pool of talented experts in the forensics field capable of investigating technical security issues, such as the source of internal intellectual property (IP) leaks, or the theft of sales books by ex-employees moving to rival companies.

The reality is somewhat different...

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Tableau™ USB 3.0 Products Meet Forensic Users Need for High-Performance and Ease

Tuesday, April 01, 2014 (15:37:44)
Today’s Tableau catalog offers USB 3.0 support across a variety of forensic products: from write blockers to forensic duplicators. Our experience and our forensic customers tell us that when given the choice, they will always choose the fastest computer connection or system interface available to them. We’ve focused on USB 3.0 because of its speed and prevalence in today’s computer systems. The USB 3.1 specification (released in 2013) doubles the current theoretical rate for USB 3.0, ensuring a long lifecycle for USB 3 technology.

Cyber-bullies could face two years in jail under new internet troll rules

Wednesday, March 26, 2014 (14:04:35)
People convicted of cyber-bullying and text message abuse could face up to two years in prison, under plans backed by the UK government.

The justice secretary, Chris Grayling, has backed an amendment to the criminal justice bill that would target new rules at combating trolls that sexually harass and verbally abuse people on the internet or via mobile phones in England and Wales.

The amendment, due to be discussed in parliament on Thursday, was proposed by the Conservative MP for Ealing Central and Acton Angie Bray, after one of her constituents said her 14-year-old daughter had been “verbally raped” by 2,000 obscene texts sent by an older man, who escaped conviction...

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