Digital Forensics Round-Up, July 13 2023

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

The importance of closing the knowledge gap between software and law enforcement

Having recently retired from 35 years of government/law enforcement experience, I have spent a considerable amount of my efforts at the intersection of software development and law enforcement…

Read More (Camera Forensics)

Video Games Forensics : Steam

Video games have become an integral part of our culture, providing entertainment and social opportunities. Unfortunately, criminals have also begun to take advantage of modern video games and their ever-growing capabilities to conduct illegal activities…

Read More (ForensicXlab)

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An inside look into how Sask ICE investigators catch child predators

Investigators from the Saskatchewan Internet Child Exploitation Unit, or Sask ICE, use a variety of investigative methods to catch child predators…

Read More (Sask Today)

Forensic Institute provides Hansken viewing method for Dutch lawyers

Dutch lawyers can now view crypto communication in criminal cases from their own workplace via digital search engine Hansken. Previously, this had to be done at an external location…

Read More (Computer Weekly)

Law Enforcement Community Recognizes the 20 Year Anniversary of the Heart of America Regional Computer Forensic Laboratory

The FBI, and other law enforcement officials today recognized the 20-year anniversary of the Heart of America Regional Computer Forensic Laboratory (HARCFL)…

Read More (FBI)

Offline Collection With Binalyze AIR

The reality of modern incident response is that it’s not always possible to remotely connect with every one of your endpoints…

Read More (Forensic Focus)

Commonwealth launches a cybercrime and electronic evidence e-learning course

The Commonwealth Secretariat has launched a set of new foundational online courses designed to equip law enforcement officials, prosecutors and judicial officials with the skills necessary to investigate, prosecute and adjudicate over cybercrime cases involving electronic evidence…

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The day INTERPOL approach Cyber Security Malaysia Forensic

Since the inception of Cyber Security Malaysia (CSM) Forensic, the specialist digital forensic department has grown in a wider perspective, meeting the demands and challenges of the day, covering both locally and internationally…

Read More (Asia News Today)

Suspected key figure of notorious cybercrime group arrested in joint operation

Over the last four years, a highly-organized criminal organization has targeted financial institutions and mobile banking services with malware, phishing campaigns and large-scale Business Email Compromise (BEC) scams…

Read More (Interpol)

Bronx District Attorney Expanding Phone-Cracking Technology

Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark wants to make it easier for her prosecutors to break into locked or encrypted phones confiscated from people after they’re arrested…

Read More (The City)

Pegasus spyware: Human rights concern in India amidst ‘thriving’ spyware industry

Despite inflicting havoc on human rights around the world, the commercial spyware industry thrives. According to a Citizen Lab analysis, the market remains resilient, with a rising concentration on digital forensics, which pulls information from target individuals’ digital devices…

Read More (Counterview)

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