Digital Forensics News July 2018

Magnet Forensics have released a new white paper showing how to acquire and parse data from iOS 11 devices.

Griffeye’s Analyze 18.1 can now perform facial recognition in both images and videos.

How do you make sure your paper gets accepted to a conference? There are no guarantees, but in his latest blog post Lee Holmes shares some tips.

Registration is open for Techno Security TX in September. Forensic Focus readers can get 30% off the ticket price by entering the code FFOCUSTX18 at the checkout.

MSAB are the latest company to join the CASE initiative, a community-developed standard designed to serve the digital forensic industry.

Susteen have released a new field acquisition device, which allows immediate acquisition of of evidence from mobile phones in the field.Compute forensics talk about how to conduct remote forensic acquisition and analysis.

Passware have released PKF 2018 v1, which can decrypt APFS disks and Mac High Sierra keychains.

Oxygen Forensics have added support for the latest iCloud updates to Oxygen Forensic® Detective v. 10.3.2.

Maxim Suhanov has started a digital forensics blog, beginning with a post about live forensic distributions.

Paraben have released the latest version of E3, which includes new reporting options in Spanish and Chinese.

The papers from DFRWS 18 have been released.

Atola Forensics have put together a post demonstrating how to import cases from Atola Insight Forensic.

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