Digital Forensics Round-Up, May 25 2023

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


2023 SC Awards Finalists: Best Computer Forensic Solution

Effective incident response necessitates the use of investigation and analysis techniques with devices for evidence gathering…

Read More (SC Media)


Why are UK police forces being overwhelmed by cybercrime?

Fraud is now one of the UK’s most common offences – but police forces have been left floundering in their efforts to combat cybercrime…

Read More (Tech Monitor)


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How GPS tracking devices have been misused in Minnesota: ‘It feels like I’m getting terrorized’

While GPS technology can be helpful to consumers in a variety of ways, more criminals are leveraging the technology to illegally track and even stalk their victims…

Read More (Fox 9)


First OSCE training on cybercrime and digital evidence in Turkmenistan

From 9 to 12 May 2023, the OSCE Secretariat’s Transnational Threats Department (TNTD), in co-operation with the OSCE Centre in Ashgabat, organized an introductory training course on cybercrime and digital evidence…

Read More (OSCE)


AI in Cyber Forensics: Crime Investigation and Prevention in the Digital Age

In today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape, the prevalence of cybercrimes has grown exponentially, posing a significant threat to individuals, businesses, and governments alike…

Read More (CityLife)


Cranfield University achieves Academic Partner status with leading cyber digital investigation body

An application for Cranfield University’s Digital Forensics MSc course to be recognised by the leading industry body has been successful…

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Path of a Murderer: Location & Device Data

In December of 2021, an investigation began into a senseless murder. Through the investigation I was given the task of completing the mobile device forensics for multiple devices that belonged to several involved parties and the suspect…

Read More (Revo 4n6)


Students help crack crime cases in digital forensics internship

Indiana University Police Department teamed up with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department to launch an internship program last fall.

Read More (Wish TV)


Understanding how Polymorphic and Metamorphic malware evades detection to infect systems

Polymorphic and metamorphic malware constantly changes itself in order to avoid detection and persistently remain on the system…

Read More (Tripwire)


Hidden Dangers of Evidence Contamination Post-Cyberattack

Mishandling the scene of a digital crime by workers after detection is a leading cause of evidence contamination or invalidation in court…

Read More (Careers Info Security) 


Comprehensive legal framework a must to curb cybercrime

The spread of the Internet has made our lives convenient. India has made fast strides towards adopting this technology. The number of digital transactions in the country crossed 10,000 crore in the 2022-23 financial year…

Read More (The Tribune)


Forensic Focus Podcast: Programming Languages, Flipper And Gaming

Desi and Si discuss programming languages, Flipper, Dev boards, and Raspberry Pi, and delve into the fascinating phenomenon of running the classic game Doom on unlikely devices…

Read More (Forensic Focus)

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