Digital Forensics News July 2017
AccessData have released a white paper discussing the regulations applicable to UK pharmaceutical companies, and their relevance for ediscovery.
In the first case of its kind, a judge in Ohio has ruled pacemaker data admissible in an arson investigation.
Registration is open for the next Techno Security and Digital Forensics Conference in San Antonio, Texas. Forensic Focus readers can get 30% off the price of registration using the code FOCUSTX17.
BlackBag Tech have released MacQuisition 2017R1. Keep your eyes peeled for a review on Forensic Focus shortly!
MSAB have released XRY v7.4 and XEC Express.
Magnet AXIOM 1.1.3 is now available, with a number of mobile and reporting enhancements.
The winners of the Forensic 4:cast awards have been announced, with Magnet and Cellebrite scooping up two awards each, and Forensic Focus winning blog of the year.
Atola have written a couple of useful blog posts for people using their products: here's how to print reports from a case, and here's how to compare hashes to find modified data.
Compelson have released MOBILedit Forensic 9.1 and Forensic Express 4.1.
The team at Nuix have written a couple of blog posts describing how various crimes are committed, including online shopping fraud and stealing credit card numbers.
The Crimes Against Children conference will be taking place in Dallas, Texas in August.
The latest issue of Digital Investigation is out now.
Andrea Fortuna shares his Volatility cheat sheet.