Digital Forensics News October 2017
Jon at Ciofeca Forensics discusses the forensic examination of Apple iCloud Notes.
Paraben have launched the first IoT forensics training course in collaboration with a NATO cyber school.
Magnet Forensics' Christopher Vance shares his knowledge about analysing information from new mobile apps.
BlackBag Technologies have announced Ken Basore as their new CEO.
Videos from the latest DEFCON are starting to appear on their YouTube channel.
MOBILEdit 4.2 has just been released, featuring improved cell tower data.
The InfoSec Institute have released statistics showing the average salaries for computer forensic analysts.
Oxygen Forensics have appointed Tim O'Rourke as their new VP of Sales.
Belkasoft's Evidence Center has now been updated to version 8.5.
Magnet Forensics have acquired Sentinel Data, leading to increased data management options.
SC Media have recommended Paraben's E3: DS for mobile device forensics.
Guidance Software (now OpenText) have released a new product: EnCase Mobile Investigator, which aims to provide a complete mobile forensics solution.