Digital Forensics News April 2017
BlackBag are continuing their Windows tutorials with the Windows Registry.
David Cowen demonstrates the built-in anti-forensics options in Windows 10.
Flashpoint have released a report on the cybercrime economy, with a particular focus on analysing communications strategies of cybercriminals.
The EU's latest Serious And Organised Crime Threat Assessment takes an in-depth look at technology's role in crime, paying particular attention to the darknet.
The Forensics Europe Expo is coming soon to London - if you haven't yet signed up, there's still time to register.
Nadeem Alherwabi, Zarina Shukur and Rossilawati Sulaiman published the results of a survey on data carving in digital forensics.
Magnet have updated their Forensics Training and Certification programs.
Voting is still open for the Forensic 4:cast awards - cast your votes here!
MSAB updated XRY to version 7.3.
Nuix published a blog post explaining why lying is becoming increasingly difficult in the digital age.
Evangelia Vagena published an analysis of the new Greek cybercrime laws.
MediaClone have released the SuperImager Rugged (SI) 12-inch unit, a Computer Forensic Field Acquisition & Analysis platform.
The US Attorney General has ended the National Commission on Forensic Science.
AccessData released AD Lab 6.2.