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Emre Tınaztepe, Founder & CEO, Binalyze

Emre, you’re CEO and Founder of Binalyze. Tell us about how the decision to found Binalyze came about and what your initial goals were for the company. 

The idea of Binalyze started more than four years ago while I was Read more

Capture RAM Using Oxygen Forensic® KeyScout

RAM (Random Access Memory) is used to temporarily store working data or code on an active computer. RAM is a snapshot of a live running system and can be captured before the system is shut down. While capturing RAM, investigators … Read more

Digital Forensics Challenge 2021 (DFC 2021)

Hosted by the Korean Institute of Information Security and Cryptology(KIISC), the Digital Forensics Challenge 2021(DFC 2021) aims to expand our knowledge of digital forensics and to contribute to this field. Now in its fourth year, it plays a significant role … Read more

Digital Forensics Standards In Q1 2021

The items in our roundup this spring build on many of the updates from our January roundup, including new drafts available for public comment and additional work on standardization projects in the United Kingdom and European Union.

Additionally, a development … Read more

The Dos And Don’ts Of Mobile Forensics

Did you know that mobile devices are a main source of digital evidence in criminal investigations?  This shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone.  More than 90% of criminal cases today involve mobile devices as their main source of evidence. The largest challenge facing many digital forensic investigators are locked … Read more

FTK Feature Focus: Reporting System Summary

Justin: With the recently released 7.4.2 of FTK, you’ve probably seen a lot of webinars, presentations and demos regarding the new buffed features of system summary. We’ve shown you all the artifacts it gets; we’ve shown you how to use … Read more