Oxygen Forensics turns 15!

We are celebrating our 15th anniversary and want to invite you to be a part of it!
We would be more than happy if you share your story with us. We have written a rich history together, and we want to extend an opportunity to you to share your experience with Oxygen Forensics and how it has had a positive influence on your work and how we managed to make this world better and safer together.

Special prizes will be awarded to all the storytellers and three the best ones will also get a fully functional Oxygen Forensic Passware Analyst license.We are proud and happy to announce that this month Oxygen Forensics celebrates an important milestone in its history – its 15 year anniversary.

Over the past 15 years, we have been involved in mobile data technology. We have started with synchronization software for Nokia phones and continued with mobile forensics offering high-end solutions for government, law enforcement and private investigators worldwide. We are proud of what has been achieved during these 15 years and of where we stand today and we are looking forward to new accomplishments and successes.

We thank everyone who has joined us on our journey over the last 15 years and we look forward to accomplishing much more in the coming years together.

Please send your stories to press@oxygensoftware.com till 1 April 2015. Thank you!


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Apple Support: How Safety Check on iPhone works to keep you safe - https://support.apple.com/guide/personal-safety/how-safety-check-works-ips2aad835e1/web
IBM: Five Technology Design Principles to Combat Domestic Abuse - https://www.ibm.com/policy/five-technology-design-principles-to-combat-domestic-abuse/
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Electronic Frontier Foundation - https://www.eff.org/

Si and Desi talk to Eva Galperin, Director of Cybersecurity at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and Emma Pickering, Head of Tech and Economic Abuse at Refuge. They discuss the impact of digital forensics and incident response (DFIR) in cases of domestic abuse. They highlight the prevalence of tech-enabled abuse, such as the use of stalkerware, and the need for comprehensive support and safety plans for survivors.

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Apple Support: How Safety Check on iPhone works to keep you safe - https://support.apple.com/guide/personal-safety/how-safety-check-works-ips2aad835e1/web
IBM: Five Technology Design Principles to Combat Domestic Abuse - https://www.ibm.com/policy/five-technology-design-principles-to-combat-domestic-abuse/
EFF: Today The UK Parliament Undermined The Privacy, Security, And Freedom Of All Internet Users - https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2023/09/today-uk-parliament-undermined-privacy-security-and-freedom-all-internet-users
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Refuge: How we can help you - https://refuge.org.uk/i-need-help-now/how-we-can-help-you/
Electronic Frontier Foundation - https://www.eff.org/

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