by Craig Ball
"In my last Forensic Focus column, I touched on migration to handhelds and the cloud, mushrooming drive capacities and encryption-by-default as just some of the factors auguring the eventual extinction of conventional digital forensics. But an end to old school digital forensics is no threat to examiners who evolve. There will be plenty to do for those adapting their skills and tools to new sources and forms of information. We will learn to read new tea leaves. Happily, for every source of forensically-rich information that fades away, others emerge…"
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