Welcome to this XAMN feature demonstration video. In this video I will show the use of XAMN filters to find images containing location information, this being longitude, latitude or even both. I will also demonstrate how to create a pivot … Read more
Colleen: Hello and welcome to today’s webinar, Remote Working Capabilities For Mobile Computers And Cloud Collections. My name is Colleen Nugent and I’m part of the marketing team here at Cellebrite. And I’ll be facilitating today’s webinar.
Before we get … Read more
Impostor syndrome is a common topic on LinkedIn and other professional online career communities, but it seems especially poignant among digital forensics analysts, who frequently work 9-5 Monday to Friday viewing things that no human eye should ever have to … Read more
In recent weeks the DFIR community has increasingly begun to speak out under the hashtag #DFIRforGood following conference presentations by leaders in digital forensics and information security.
In a keynote delivered at the SANS DFIR Summit in July 2020, Matt … Read more
Timelines have become a mainstay of digital forensic analysis in both public and private sectors. They help to explain what was happening on a given device or set of devices during a cybersecurity incident, a crime, a collision, or other … Read more
Windows Event Logs record evidence of many significant types of activity, including when a machine was booted or shut down, when users logged in and out and from where, device insertions, network connections and so much more. But knowing how … Read more
Eddie: Hello everyone and thank you for joining us. My name is Eddie Yandle, I’m Director of Marketing at Cellebrite. And we are here today for a discussion about dealing with the visual deluge in law enforcement. Today’s speakers will … Read more
Julie: Hi, everyone. Thanks for joining today’s webinar: Windows 10 Activity Timeline: An Investigator’s Gold Mine. My name is Julie O’Shea and I’m the manager of global marketing here at BlackBag.
Before we start today, there are a few things … Read more
The summer has been a busy one for standards-setting organizations in the United States and European Union:
- In the U.S., the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) published its final guidelines for cloud forensics, along with a document towards