Digital Forensics Round-Up, April 27 2023

A round-up of this week’s digital forensics news and views:


Hunted, UK Reality TV Show, Uses Oxygen Forensic® Detective To Hunt Contestants

Hunted and Celebrity Hunted is a reality TV show where 14 individuals attempt to evade capture by a team of expert “Hunters” made from various investigative professionals: police officers, military personnel, and digital forensic experts…

Read More (Forensic Focus)


Researchers fight cybercrime with new digital tools and techniques

In the never-ending cybersecurity war, Irfan Ahmed, Ph.D., provides the good guys with digital forensic tools—and the knowledge to use them…

Read More (Tech Xplore)


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E-Discovery Disrupted by the AI Revolution

The world’s ever-growing tsunami of digital data creates a huge need for technology capable of filtering it for modern e-discovery processes. So, what’s the best tool for the job…?

Read More (Legal Talk Network)


CDS Defence and Security launches digital forensics lab to reduce law enforcement digital backlog

Cheltenham-headquartered defence consultancy, CDS Defence and Security (CDS DS) — part of Bailie Group — has launched its new digital forensics lab (DFU) at its Government-approved facility…

Read More (Business & Innovation Magazine)


Tackling Time In Digital Investigations – Succeeding When Seconds Matter

Time and our relation to this relative concept are at the center of all high-tech crime investigations. Despite being at the center, an examiner may have misunderstandings about the time stamp they see before them…

Read More (Forensic Focus)


Computer forensics expert speaks out on Lindell’s election fraud ‘proof’

The founder and CEO of MyPillow, Mike Lindell, is being ordered to pay five million dollars to a computer forensics expert from Nevada, stemming from a challenge issued at Lindell’s “Cyber Symposium”…

Read More (Dakota News Now)


Analysis of Digital Information in Storage Devices Using Supervised and Unsupervised Natural Language Processing Techniques

Due to the advancement of technology, cybercrime has increased considerably, making digital forensics essential for any organisation…

Read More (MDPI)


Incident Response Rapid Triage: A DFIR Warrior’s Guide (Part 2 – Incident Assessment and Windows Artifact Processing)

In Part 2 of this series, I will delve into the process of thoroughly evaluating the incident, explore a non-exhaustive list of system analysis goals, and lead into the rapid processing of the acquired critical Windows endpoint artifacts…

Read More (Trusted Sec)


Analyzing iPhone PINs

In recent years, Apple had switched from 4-digit PINs to 6 digits, while implementing blacklists of insecure PIN codes. How do these measures affect security, how much more security do six-digit PINs deliver compared to four-digit PINs, and do blacklists actually work…?

Read More (Elcomsoft)


Cyber thieves target new victims with more sophisticated card-skimming devices

In the 1980’s, as personal computers were just starting to appear in homes across the country, Perez was a young boy who found tinkering with technology much more entertaining than toys. By the time he was 12 years old, he was building his own computers…

Read More (CBS News)

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Internal investigations and eDiscovery face rising challenges in the data collection landscape. There is an urgent need to preserve and analyze data; rising costs for server infrastructure and overhead and the increasing complexity and volume of data from emerging sources is overwhelming. Laptops, computers, phones, tablets, cloud sources, and messaging applications – data is stored anywhere and everywhere with employee communications being the riskiest data sources.

The scope and specific challenges of data collection affect organizations and law firms differently, presenting a need for a variety of solutions to best fit their needs. With Cellebrite’s suite of SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) cloud-based collection solutions, corporate investigators and eDiscovery practitioners can close investigations and get to review faster.

Cellebrite's market-leading SaaS based solutions minimize business disruption and save organizations money by:

- Eliminating the need for large upfront costs and maintenance expenses
- Minimizing overhead costs without hosting the solution, no hardware shipping, and no technical calls for assistance
- Minimal and predictable data collection costs, allowing you to scale your usage according to your specific needs and budgetary considerations
- Stay up to date with continuous updates to data sources with updates pushed to the Cellebrite cloud
- Close investigations and review discovery faster with cloud-based innovation
- Manage customer requests and provide transparency throughout your organization across the globe

Watch Cellebrite's webinar where Monica Harris, Product Business Manager, showcases how Cellebrite’s range of SaaS-based solutions have you covered whether you need remote collection across all devices, including computers, cloud sources, chat applications, and mobile devices or full-file system advanced collection capabilities across the widest range of mobile devices and applications.

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