Digital Forensics Round-Up, February 21 2024

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

A forensic framework to improve digital image evidence administration in IIoT

The extensive growth of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has prompted cyber attackers to commence a variety of attacks which need to be identified to maintain the security of industrial data and services…

Read More (Science Direct)

Prolific cybercrime gang disrupted by joint UK, US and EU operation

LockBit, a notorious cybercrime gang that holds its victims’ data to ransom, has been disrupted in a rare international law enforcement operation by Britain’s National Crime Agency, the FBI, Europol and a coalition of international police agencies, according to a post on the gang’s extortion website…

Read More (The Guardian)

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Navigate OSINT Investigations Like a Pro with CSI Linux

In my exploration of the digital frontier, I’ve come across a tool that stands out for its robust capabilities in cyber forensics — CSI Linux…

Read More (Medium)

How America Based Nigerian Uses Machine Learning To Detect Cyberbullying, Other Cyber Related Crimes On Social Media

Social media platforms, while serving as conduits for global connectivity, also face the responsibility of ensuring a safe and inclusive environment for their users…

Read More (Allure Vanguard)

Overview: Evidence Collection of Ivanti Connected Secure Appliances

Users of Ivanti Connected Secure appliances are currently affected by several security flaws, several of which have been subject to in the wild exploitation in the past weeks…

Read More (Medium)

From FileVault To T2: How To Deal With Native Apple Encryption

While Apple’s commitment to user privacy and security remains their priority, the field of computer forensics faces a solid challenge when it comes to extracting evidence from encrypted Apple devices…

Read More (Forensic Focus)

Mobile phone evidence key in 70% of cybercrime cases, says forensics expert

Immediate seizure of the phones of victims and accused in POCSO and sexual assault cases is vital in cyber forensics, says AP Forensic Science Laboratory official…

Read More (The Hindu)

Meet This Year’s Most Inspiring Women in Cyber Nominees: Part 2

The nominations for the Most Inspiring Women in Cyber awards are out! It’s always wonderful to read about the incredible women in our industry, who are making fantastic contributions and paving the way for others…

Read More (IT Security Guru)

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