Use of Automated Systems for Rapid Decisions

Hello everybody. My name is Hannes Spichiger and I’m presenting a short paper called The Use of Automated Systems for Rapid Decisions that I wrote together with my colleague, Timothy Bolle. We both are PhD students at the university of … Read more

Law Enforcement Educational Challenges for Mobile Forensics

Hello, and welcome to this presentation about law enforcement educational challenges for mobile forensics. My name is Georgina Humphries, and I work for the Norwegian Police University College and the Nordic Computer Forensic Investigators team, and I’m currently working on … Read more

What’s New in XRY 9.6 and XAMN 6.2

Greg Masterson: Good afternoon, everybody. We’re going to get started here in a minute. We’re going to be introducing Kevin Kyono, a Technical Sales Engineer with MSAB to discuss the release of 9.6 of XRY and 6.2 of XAMN, … Read more

Teaching the Next Generation of Cyber Sleuths

A cartoon graphic of a young Black girl in jeans, a t-shirt and jacket besides words describing the Cyber Sleuth Science Lab's mission

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

Forensic Analysis of ReFS Journaling

Hello, I am Seonho Lee from the Affiliated Institute of ETRI. Today, I talk about the forensic analysis of ReFS Journaling.

Before everything, let me just briefly explain the two key topics of the presentation. I’m going to explain what … Read more

Capturing the Low Hanging Fruit: Analysis Phase

Holly: Hi everyone. My name is Holly Hagene, welcome to today’s webcast. We’ll get started in just a minute. First, a few reminders: all the lines have been muted to reduce background noise. We also encourage you to submit … Read more

Towards Deep Fake Video Detection Using PRNU Based Method

Manoranjan Mohanty: Hello, everyone, and thanks for watching this video. This video is about our paper “Towards Deep Fake Video Detection Using PRNU-Based Method”. This work was done in collaboration with UTS and University of Auckland.

So, deep fake video … Read more

PRNU Based Verification of Multi-Camera Smartphones

Manoranjan Mohanty: Hi, thanks for watching this video. This is about our short paper titled ‘Verification of Multi-Camera Smartphones, which was done in collaboration with UTS and University of Auckland.

So basically PRNU-based source camera attribution is a method which … Read more