Our brief roundup this month looks at seven recent papers, which look at improving malware detection and acquisition, analyzing instant messaging apps and the Zoom platform, the future of digital forensics tools and practice, and finally, a framework for forensic … Read more
The items in our roundup this spring build on many of the updates from our January roundup, including new drafts available for public comment and additional work on standardization projects in the United Kingdom and European Union.
Additionally, a development … Read more
Keith: Hey, Keith Lockhart here, Director of Training for Oxygen. So this video is another extraction, one about Samsung and specifically Samsung devices with the Exynos chip family. And this is kind of an evolution of our previous Samsung extractor … Read more
Should digital forensics be standardized? Can it be standardized successfully? These questions have been hotly debated for a number of years, perhaps never more so than in recent years as digital forensics has become increasingly important in both criminal and … Read more
A DFIR investigation is generally performed as a post-event response to a potential information security incident. The longer the exposure time, the higher the damage of cyber incidents.
Therefore, digital forensic solutions need to be simple, automated and have to … Read more
February’s research in digital forensics isn’t just about the papers presented at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS)’ annual meeting, or those published in the various journals. Last month also saw new research opportunities, either for an impact study … Read more
Hey everybody, time for a new knowledge nugget. This one is pertaining to facial recognition. We’ve just updated to 13.3 and there have been huge changes and improvements. Just watch.
The first improvement that I want to show you would … Read more