One of the challenging aspects of teaching digital forensics is keeping up with rapid technological changes. Those changes, in turn, constantly change the way that Gus Dimitrelos approaches his other job, examining digital information in criminal cases. He pointed to a 2007 case involving a Mobile man whose laptop computer contained password-protected files with an unusual level of security — comparable to systems meant to protect the government’s top secrets…
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