The COVID-19 pandemic slowed many of the gears in justice systems the world over, as courts postponed jury trials, experimented with virtual juries and hearings, and weighed prison conditions against public safety.
In July, digital forensics professionals from the public, private, and academic sectors came together to hear about some of the latest research in the industry. In his opening remarks, DFRWS USA Conference Chair Josiah Dykstra, a Technical Fellow with the … 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
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
This month’s academic research reflects two aspects of the changing digital forensics industry: new ways to think not just about digital artifacts, but also about broader investigative processes — including interagency cooperation.
This round-up article includes three open-access articles from … Read more
Christa, you’ve just joined Forensic Focus as a Content Manager – welcome on board! Tell us a bit about your background and how you came to work in digital forensics content creation.
Thank you Scar! I’m coming to Forensic Focus … Read more