Digital Forensics News June 2017

ADF Solutions have partnered with Belkasoft to help their customers analyse mobile devices.

Atola Technology continue their series of how-to blog posts with a guide to creating a logical image of a source drive.

Greg at Trewmte has written about WhatsApp network forensics.

Belkasoft have released Evidence Center v.8.4.Amped Software posted an article about how online services change images.

Magnet Forensics released a white paper on the technology of child luring.

Europol’s new “Trace An Object” initiative asks members of the public to help them identify paedophiles.

MSAB and Nuix have announced a partnership that will help customers streamline their investigations.

The UK government is calling for encryption backdoors, while the EU is planning to ban them.

Oxygen’s Forensic Detective now supports data extraction from Samsung cloud for all Galaxy devices.

Debate continues about whether ISO 17025 can be used for digital forensic investigations.

Nuix’s Chris Pogue writes about the similarities between the Marine Corps and the digital forensics world.

Richard Davis has published an introduction to Windows Forensics on YouTube.

Magnet Forensics are integrating with Project VIC and Griffeye to enhance AXIOM's abilities in child exploitation cases.

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