Privacy is a major theme in this quarter’s legal update, which covers the latest developments with the European Union’s ePrivacy Initiative, some new laws in the United States, recent court decisions, and law enforcement access to third-party data. We also … Read more
In 2020, as workplaces worldwide shut down to help control the spread of COVID-19, many professional conferences followed suit. Others, however, did not — notably Techno Security, which postponed to 2021.
The ability to collect digital evidence in the field — away from a forensic laboratory — has long been a need in corporate, private, and law enforcement investigations.
Oxygen Forensics talk us through OFD version 13.3, with increased capacity for facial recognition.
We caught up with Blaine about the challenges of video and multimedia forensics, and his plans for the coming year.
February’s research in digital forensics isn’t just about the papers presented at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS)’ annual meeting, or those published in the various journals. Last month also saw new research opportunities, either for an impact study of training or simply by taking advantage of some new resources.
Digital investigations have undergone a geometric progression of complexity since my first fledgling technology investigations during the 90s. In those early years, a competent digital forensics professional only needed to know how to secure, acquire and analyze the floppy disks and miniscule hard drives that represented 99% of data sources at the time...
The complexity of digital investigations and the volume of data is increasing. And that’s all while budget constraints and talent shortages force digital forensic labs to get more done with what with they have.
That’s why workflow automation and orchestration … Read more
In 2020, as workplaces and schools worldwide shut down to help control the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, many professional conferences followed suit. Some promoted professional development via webinars; others kept a three- to five-day format, but went entirely … Read more
Mobile digital forensics is critical to the success of law enforcement agencies in investigating and solving today’s criminal investigations. Mobile devices provide a wealth of digital evidence. However, obtaining access to this critical evidence can be daunting – especially when … Read more
Do you have trouble finding meaningful videos or frames in evidence cases? Watch the video, and find how MD-VIDEO recovers damaged files and frames.
– How to recover files
– How to recover frames
– Create a video … Read more
Blaine, congratulations on your new role! Tell us more about your law enforcement career. How did you get into digital forensics, and specifically, video and multimedia?
Thanks so much! I couldn’t think of a better way to transition from my … Read more
February’s research in digital forensics isn’t just about the papers presented at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS)’ annual meeting, or those published in the various journals. Last month also saw new research opportunities, either for an impact study … Read more
Oxygen Forensic® Detective v.13.4 is now available! Extract Discord and TikTok data from the cloud, parse data from the Clubhouse app, import AD1 images, and more.
New Method for Discord Extraction
In addition to the direct extraction of Discord app … Read more
Hey everybody, time for a new knowledge nugget. This one is pertaining to facial recognition. We’ve just updated to 13.3 and there have been huge changes and improvements. Just watch.
The first improvement that I want to show you would … Read more