Christa: Electronic discovery, or e-discovery, has always required some digital forensic skills as litigators prepare to present electronic data at trial. However, as technology evolves, likewise, the skills needed to identify, collect and analyze the data that’s most relevant … Read more
Chris Hargreaves: Without further ado, we can start the formal program and I’ll hand over to Serge Droz – I did my best there – for the first keynote of the week. Thank you.
Serge: So, this technology … Read more
Christa: Efficient, effective digital forensics and incident response involves not just the right tools and processes, but also the ability to share insights and collaborate on work. Here with us on the Forensic Focus Podcast to talk about it … Read more
By Robert B. Fried, Senior Vice President, Sandline Global, Forensics & Investigations
As forensic practitioners, we must do our best to stay ahead of ever-changing technology but sometimes we are thrown curve balls. For example, taking a trip down memory … Read more
Christa Miller: As digital technology becomes more embedded into humans’ everyday lives, enhancing our efficiency at work, our social lives, even our health and movements, it likewise facilitates criminal activity. Growing in volume and complexity, technology thus ends up … Read more
This month’s roundup features an eclectic assortment of research on mobile, IoT, and vehicular devices, as well as file forensics, image forensics, and threat detection. Much of this research explores novel acquisition techniques for newer technologies, although new methods for … Read more
Digital forensics research often depends on casework: specific problems with a device, operating system, app, or artifact that a forensic examiner needs to solve.
That isn’t always the case, though. Sometimes the problem has a broader scope, or the examiner … Read more