Si: Welcome. This is the Forensic Focus Podcast. You’ve got Alex and I again for another week running and we don’t know what we’re doing, so we will be rambling at you. But welcome to listeners across the world … Read more
Simon: Got it. I am coming to the very realistic conclusion that I hate computers. How about you?
Alex: For years, years.
Simon: Right. So I have an idea for today and I’ve set recordings starting. So … Read more
Research published last month covered a wide range of issues in digital forensics, from limitations and challenges to new tools and techniques and lessons for those in higher education.
Digital forensic techniques, now and in the future
The National Institute … Read more
April’s lineup of scholarly articles continues the conversation around measuring reliability of forensic sciences; revisits the topic of learning and education in the pandemic era; and as always, offers new technical insights, as well as a look at forensic science … Read more
Christa: As cyber crimes and incidents rise, so does the need for well prepared, professional, digital forensics and incident response practitioners. However, while there’s no shortage of digital forensics training and education, whether it’s accessible enough and addresses enough of … Read more
Hello, I’m Darryl Pfeif and I’m going to talk to you about our research project — ‘Introducing Digital Forensics in Secondary School’. This project was recorded with funding from the national science foundation and wouldn’t have been possible without the … Read more
Madison, WI, Oct. 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Tetra Defense, the Madison-based cybersecurity software development and incident response firm announces an impactful addition to their TetraU education program. The Tetra Rotational Apprenticeship in Cybersecurity (TRAC) program is a year-long, paid … Read more
Syria McCullough: Hi, my name is Syria McCullough, and today I will be giving a presentation on our paper called: Another Brick in the Wall: An Exploratory Analysis of Digital Forensics Programs in the United States.
So, first here’s a … Read more
Online learning is nothing new to the digital forensics world. Vendors such as AccessData and Cellebrite have offered it for years, and distance learning programs at institutions like University College Dublin and DeSales University have long made it possible to … Read more
Christa: Hello, and welcome to the Forensic Focus podcast. Monthly, we interview experts from the digital forensics and incident response community on a host of topics ranging from technical aspects to career soft skills. I’m your host, Christa Miller.
Today, … Read more
Case Study: MobileTriage – JPEG Metadata Triage – Automated Extraction of Information using Mobile Forensic Tools
Mobile devices are now becoming part of our daily lives. These devices can now perform tasks or activities that were normally being processed … Read more
Creating test material for computer forensic teaching or tool testing purposes has been a known problem. I encountered the issue in my studies of Computer Forensics at the University of Westminster. We were assigned a task to compare computer … Read more
This paper will focus on the proper understanding of Digital Forensics from the educational point-of-view and explain the problem with certification based skill validation to establish “expert” skills since Digital Forensic education did not really existed up to just a … Read more