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Walkthrough: Talon Ultimate From Logicube

Thursday, October 10, 2019 (09:37:39)
Welcome to Logicube’s tutorial on the Talon Ultimate. Featuring Logicube’s advanced technology, the Talon Ultimate provides high-performance forensic imaging at a price point that fits budget-constrained organisations without sacrificing state-of-the-art features and benefits.

The Talon Ultimate achieves speeds of up to 40GB / minute. The solution images and verifies concurrently to reduce the overall processing time. Image from a single source drive or a network repository to up to four destination drives simultaneously. A gigabit Ethernet port allows you to image to or from a network repository.

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Oxygen Forensics Launches Oxygen Forensic Detective 12.0 - Powered By JetEngine

Wednesday, October 09, 2019 (13:35:12)
Oxygen Forensics today announced the release of Oxygen Forensic Detective 12.0, Powered by JetEngine. The new release completely overhauls the program’s interface, giving Oxygen Forensics’ flagship software a new look and feel—including a multi-tab interface to seamlessly handle multiple extractions—while retaining full functionality and ease of use. The redesign is coupled with several back-end improvements that will increase the speed of Oxygen Forensic Detective’s data processing and decoding capabilities threefold.

The Mueller Report – An Amazing Lens Into A Modern Federal Investigation

Wednesday, October 09, 2019 (12:35:27)
by Stephen Stewart, CTO, Nuix

Preface: This NOT about politics. This is all about the data discussed in Volume 1 of The Mueller Report.


I will admit, I am a total geek. When the government released the Mueller Report, I downloaded the PDF and, within a few minutes, ran it through Nuix.

For anyone who works with unstructured data for a living, the document would fall into the category of “Gross Data.” The PDF was a container for 447 JPGs with zero searchable text. Nuix made short work of this, and I was able to quickly OCR the images. Thanks to the auto-detect for rotation I was able to very quickly get good clean text.

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  • Posted by: scar
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Get Magnet AXIOM 3.6 For New Advanced Filters, Instagram Public Data, And More

Monday, October 07, 2019 (19:57:47)
MAGNET AXIOM 3.6 IS NOW AVAILABLE!

With Magnet AXIOM 3.6, we’ve introduced some great new features, including new advanced filters, Instagram public data acquisition, and updates to the support of some Apple products. Customers can get AXIOM 3.6 within AXIOM or as a download over at the Customer Portal today!

If you haven’t tried AXIOM yet, request a free 30-day trial here.

Register For Webinar - Belkasoft 2020 v. 9.7: What Is New?

Monday, October 07, 2019 (19:15:54)
In v.9.7, the Belkasoft team significantly expands BEC support of various mobile data sources and adds support for more operating systems in its Remote Forensics module. As for the more specific improvements to be highlighted during the webinar, the following ones will be addressed:

- Acquisition of MTK based devices; acquisition via MTP/PTP protocols; iTunes backups supported for iOS 13
- Support for Xiaomi and Huawei backups
- F2FS file system parsing and analysis
- CarPlay analysis
- Major improvements of Remote Forensics (macOS support; WMI deployment)
- and more

Date and Time: October 10th / 11am PDT / 1pm CDT / 2 pm EDT

Presenter: Brad Robin, an experienced law enforcement professional and Belkasoft's Pre-Sales Manager

Register here
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Announcing Magnet SHIELD: Empowering Frontline Officers And Investigators

Monday, October 07, 2019 (17:24:06)
Magnet Forensics is proud to announce Magnet SHIELD, an innovative new solution that empowers frontline police officers and investigators to easily capture and report on digital evidence from consenting victims and witnesses in the field.

What Changes Do We Need To See In eDiscovery? Part I

Monday, October 07, 2019 (14:38:33)
by Harold Burt-Gerrans

I’m approaching this multi-part article from a software development point of view, as I believe many of the following issues have been brought about by the evolution of eDiscovery software following the procedures used by handling boxes of paper. Historically, my opinion has been that eDiscovery software providers have engineered new features into the legacy data structures that modeled scanning environments without stepping back and determining that there should be an overhaul to those legacy data structures to adapt to the ever changing ESI world.

Much of what I will discuss revolves around the handling of duplicative data, with deviations into the future of eDiscovery review platform structures and processes. This initial set of points just gets us rolling with some of the basics, so Part 1 is a little boring but I’ll build from there. And occasionally, I might rant about an issue or two…

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Learn The Latest Digital Forensics Trends At OpenText™ Enfuse 2019

Monday, October 07, 2019 (11:53:20)

If you work in digital forensics or information security, keeping up with all the latest threats and technologies can feel like a full-time job. It’s an area that’s growing ever-more complex, thanks to the proliferation of devices we use at work, at home and elsewhere: mobile phones, wearables, voice-powered assistants, Internet of Things sensors, smart appliances, and more. Every one of these devices collects, processes or stores large volumes of data that can be critical in an investigation, whether it’s for a corporation looking into the theft of intellectual property or a law enforcement agency investigating an online child abuse case. This means the task of finding the right data is becoming increasingly complicated. Beyond technology challenges, there are also regulatory ones. New requirements such as the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation or the pending California Consumer Privacy Act are having a big impact on how organizations handle data privacy and security. As a result, internal forensic examiners’ jobs are getting harder.

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Announcing Magnet AXIOM Cyber — Now In Beta!

Monday, October 07, 2019 (10:52:35)
We’re excited to share a new solution, purpose-built for organizations needing to perform remote acquisitions and collect & analyze evidence from computers, cloud services, and mobile devices: Magnet AXIOM Cyber.

AXIOM Cyber is now available for free beta testing for AXIOM customers and those who are new to AXIOM. Visit the Magnet AXIOM Cyber Beta page to be the first to try the most modern solution for your cybersecurity investigations and provide valuable feedback.

Interview With Christian Hummert, Director Of Digital Forensics, ZITiS Germany

Monday, October 07, 2019 (09:16:00)
Christian, tell us a bit about yourself and how you got into digital forensics.

Right now, I’m 40 years old. I studied computer science and philosophy when I was younger, before completing a post-graduate course (PhD) in bioinformatics. This led me to a job with the State Police of Thuringia, which is one of the federal states of Germany. I worked as an expert in digital forensics and analyzed lots of hard disks and phones. Later I concentrated on the forensics of embedded devices, especially in car forensics.

In 2015, I was appointed professor for digital forensics at the Mittweida University of Applied Science. In 2018, I moved on to take on the exciting new role of the director of digital forensics at the ZITiS, the Central Office for Information Technology in the Security Sector.

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