Digital Forensics News May 2017
Dr Graeme Horsman from the University of Sunderland is running a survey on tool testing in digital forensics.
AccessData celebrate their 30th anniversary this month.
Guidance Software's Enfuse conference is currently under way in Las Vegas, USA.
BlackBag continue their Windows forensic series with a post on the Master File Table.
MobilEDIT just released Camera Ballistics 2.0.
The Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference is fast approaching in Myrtle Beach, SC.
Voting is still open for the Forensic 4:Cast awards.
Aviary Forensics have shared their point of view on the essential qualifications of a digital forensic examiner.
MSAB have released XRY 7.3.
DME Forensics shares what the early days of growing a small forensics company are like.
Magnet Forensics have an upcoming white paper on identifying child luring.
DPM Forensics talk about how to recover data from damaged USBs.
Paraben released Edition 1.3 of their Electronic Evidence Examiner.
DFIR Blog shares the two easiest ways to get into digital forensics.