The Federation Against Software Theft today warns UK company directors that they risk being branded â€˜software thievesâ€™ because of the actions of their employees, including those in the IT department. This comes in the wake of The Federationâ€™s launch of … Read more
AD Enterprise allows investigators to collect, preserve and analyse data from various sources remotely from Windows and Mac computers.
Our roundup of this month's digital forensics research.
We caught up with Emre about triage and backlogs in digital forensics, and how Binalyze's solutions can address these challenges.
May 10th through the 14th of 2021, Amped Software offered a live online training course for their Amped FIVE Forensic Image and Video Enhancement product.
Welcome to this introduction to Binalyze and presentation on delivering cyber resilience with enterprise forensics.
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If you ask Chris Budge, the police are no worse – and may even be a lot better – than any other organisation when it comes to looking at p**n at work. Budge should know. The computer forensic consultant runs … Read more
Keith Jones and Curtis Rose have harnessed their technical acumen to write their latest book entitled, “Real Digital Forensics.” The book’s over 500 pages cover the methodology for the collection and analysis of computer forensic data; the approach for compiling … Read more
In the field of computer crime, there is one glaring problem: the law. Until relatively recently, there was no law to criminalise what might be recognised as obvious ‘mischiefs’ performed against computers; there was no legal framework to make hacking, … Read more
Golden Richard III, a professor of computer science at New Orleans University and a digital forensics expert, has been experimenting with using distributed computing to recover lost computer files. By harnessing the number-crunching power of several computers to work on … Read more
Like Hansel and Gretel [Brill explained] people leave crumbs as they wander cyberspace or work on their computer desktops. Following those crumbs, forensic scientists at Kroll have been able to trace Saddam Hussein’s stolen billions; understand the implosion of Enron; … Read more
Sept. 11 turned Sung-Ki Lim and Sang Jun from geeks to G-men. Well, they’re still geeks, but instead of pursuing an MBA or traveling far and wide as systems analysts, the two men are putting their technical skills to work … Read more
A superb new article by David Sullivan entitled “Job hunting advice for UK computer forensics professionals” is now online at
I am sure our UK members will find it a very worthwhile read!
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