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Atola Insight Forensic Gets iSCSI Support for Remote Imaging

Atola Technology released a software update for Atola Insight Forensic, a fast forensic imaging system with the capacity to run 3 simultaneous imaging sessions and work with damaged media.  Version 5.5 brings support for the iSCSI protocol, enabling remote imaging… Read more

Cyber Scandals And When (Not) To Trust Computers

Desi: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Forensic Focus Podcast. Si: With our usual levels of professionalism. Desi: Yeah, we started talking and I was like, “Let’s start recording”. So welcome, everyone. It’s been a while since we’ve done a podcast… Read more

Introducing XRY 10.9, XAMN 7.9, And XEC 7.9 From MSAB

MSAB is proud to announce its latest release, packed with powerful new features and significant updates designed to enhance digital investigations for law enforcement and government agencies worldwide. The new versions of XRY, XAMN, and XEC from MSAB will elevate… Read more

Digital Forensics Round-Up, April 10 2024

A round-up of this week’s digital forensics news and views:  How Did That Photo Get On That iPhone Usually the content of a photo, its EXIF information (if available), and/or its timestamp are generally adequate in most inquiries and the… Read more

Aligning Forensic Investigations To The MITRE ATT&CK Framework

In this blog we’ll explore how the Cado Security platform leverages the MITRE ATT&CK Framework to enhance forensic investigations. By combining ATT&CK’s comprehensive knowledge with Cado’s powerful investigation capabilities, security teams gain deeper insights into attacker behaviour. What is the… Read more

Is There A Growing Talent Gap In Digital Forensics?

2023 ISC Cybersecurity Workforce Study Cybersecurity may be facing a significant challenge in the form of a talent gap, particularly within digital forensics. The 2023 ISC2 Cybersecurity Workforce Study highlights the depth of this issue, pointing to a skills gap… Read more

Digital Forensics Round-Up, April 03 2024

A round-up of this week’s digital forensics news and views:  Hitting pause: The unfinished story of the UN Cybercrime negotiations The attempt by the United Nations (UN) to develop a treaty to address cybercrime – or crimes committed online –… Read more

UPCOMING WEBINAR – Investigating Video: The Vital First Steps

REGISTER NOW HERE Join Amped Software’s upcoming webinar and take a closer look at those important early stages in investigations involving video evidence. Starting with establishing the integrity of the digital data and evaluating the authenticity of the produced visual image.… Read more