TDFCon 2015 – Recap

TDFCon presents an opportunity for students from Teesside University and elsewhere to come together and discuss their research with industry professionals, law enforcement representatives and fellow students.

The theme for this year’s programme was ‘The Future of Digital Forensics’, and the topics discussed certainly fulfilled the brief, looking at how current trends in computer crime are informing digital forensics and vice versa, as well as how digital forensics education is changing and shaping the development of future forensic examiners.

The day began with a discussion of SCADA security in the UK and whether it is sufficient to protect against network security breaches. Jack McIntyre spoke about how SCADA is unprotected at the device level, and uses web applications which are often vulnerable to attacks such as authentication bypass or SQL injection.

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