Dr. Marc Rogers, Director of Cyber Forensics at Purdue University, is leading a three-day crash course for law enforcement officers from around the state of Indiana this week. He hopes this will be the first of many such training sessions that focus on forensic examination of Macs, iPods, and iPhones. Dr. Rogers heads up the Cyber Forensics Lab at Purdue’s School of Technology, and has published two papers on iPod forensics as well as authoring a paper on iPhone forensics expected to be published this fall…
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