A mobile device is a goldmine of data; in an era where 98% of investigations involve some form of digital evidence and data volumes continue to grow exponentially, having the most advanced mobile forensic tools at your disposal from first … Read more
For a digital forensics professional, is an in-depth knowledge of the law a must? If yes, why?
What skills do you think are required to be a digital forensics analyst? In my view, the basic skills needed to be a digital forensic analyst / investigator / examiner are common sense and presence of mind.
In 2018, Logicube engineered the Falcon-NEO, a fully integrated solution that offers the ability to capture from drives, laptops, external storage, network repositories, and now from mobile devices and cloud storage.
Information, both substantive and temporal, gleaned through a forensic data investigation may be critically important to the issues in a legal case. Thanks to today’s technologies and investigative methods, this important evidence has never been as precise, accurate, effective, detailed, and voluminous as it is today.
One truism about digital forensics is that every case is different. As the technology has evolved, we have had to come up with new and inventive ways to problem-solve and work around issues in both the mobile and computer forensic arenas.
At DFRWS-USA this year, a keynote talk delivered by David Cowen, Managing Director at KPMG, highlighted what he called “a world of opportunities” for research in new — and yet undiscovered — categories of digital forensics.
Virtual Forensic Computing (VFC) was first launched to the digital forensic community in 2007. It is the original and still the go to virtualisation solution for the digital forensic investigator.
VFC makes it easy to create a Virtual Machine (VM) … Read more
Magnet AXIOM 4.6 and Magnet AXIOM Cyber 4.6 are now available for users! With AXIOM and AXIOM Cyber 4.6, powerful new artifacts have been introduced to help you get more from your Mac investigations, new customization options have been added … Read more
One truism about digital forensics is that every case is different. As the technology has evolved, we have had to come up with new and inventive ways to problem-solve and work around issues in both the mobile and computer forensic … Read more
Let’s start with a little bit about you. How did you come to your current role? What about training resonated for you, relative to other roles?
My digital forensics career has afforded me the privilege of attending over a thousand … Read more
Huawei is one of the three largest mobile device manufacturers. Their devices are based on processors from various manufacturers including MediaTek and Qualcomm. However, the most popular are based on the Huawei-developed processor family named Kirin. This presentation will guide … Read more
Since you joined Cellebrite, you’ve been focused on building the in-house training curriculum. What are the top three industry challenges you’ve faced in that time, and how did you overcome them?
The first challenge I initially faced when I joined … Read more