Digital Forensics News September 2017
The Techno Security and Digital Forensics Conference is under way in San Antonio, Texas. Share your thoughts on social media using the hashtag #TechnoSecurityTX.
BlackBag Technologies have launched a new educational program.
Dan from 4n6k.com tweeted a thread about how to teach digital forensics.
Elcomsoft's Oleg Afonin took a look at the new security measures in iOS 11 and their forensic implications.
The DFRWS EU call for papers is open until the 9th of October - submit your paper here.
AccessData have launched a new series of mini webinars.
Harlan Carvey was interviewed by Douglas Brush on Cyber Security Interviews.
Atola Technology have written a blog post detailing how to image damaged drives.
Guidance Software is now OpenText, having been bought by the enterprise information management company in September.
Magnet Forensics have released AXIOM 1.2, with AXIOM Cloud, Connections and more.
There's a new digital forensics blog in town! 1234n6 is written by Adam Harrison and covers topics of interest to the DFIR community.
MSAB have released XRY & Kiosk Tablet v7.4.1.
Nuix have provided an overview of the highlights from their User Exchange Summit.
Oxygen Forensics can now decode drone data from Phantom 3 and Inspire 1 drones.
Passware released Passware Kit 2017 v4.
Brett Shavers discusses the definition of forensic soundness.