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Techno Security & Digital Forensics 2019 – San Antonio Sept 30 – Oct 2

Thursday, July 11, 2019 (08:49:46)
From the 30th of September to the 2nd of October 2019, Forensic Focus will be attending the Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference in San Antonio, TX, USA. If there are any topics you’d particularly like us to cover, or any speakers you think we should interview, please let us know in the comments.

Below is an overview of the subjects and speakers that will be featured at Techno Security. The conference has four tracks: audit / risk management; forensics; information security; and investigations, along with sponsor demos. Forensic Focus will be concentrating on the digital forensics track throughout the event.

The program will begin at midday on Monday September 30th, with Eugene Filipowicz from Kroll giving a forensicator’s guide to fakes, frauds and forgeries. Alongside the rise in ‘fake news’ sites has been a rise in digital forgery of documents as well. Filipowicz will show how to use digital forensic tools to uncover fraudulent documents.

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What's Happening In Forensics - Jul 10, 2019

Wednesday, July 10, 2019 (15:23:03)
John Patzakis talks about key evidence in social media statements and what might count as an exception to the hearsay rule.

The Nuix User Exchange will be taking place in September - register here.

Amped have updated DVRConv.

What app metadata can we trust? The Eclectic Light Company shares some thoughts.

Rob VandenBrink talks about dumping file contents in Hex.
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6 Month Checkup At Oxygen Forensics

Wednesday, July 10, 2019 (15:08:03)
Hard to believe that half the year is already up! Not only has our company been growing month after month but so has our software! Let’s take a look at the fantastic innovations brought to you in Oxygen Forensic® Detective these last six months.

Review: Mobile Device Investigator From ADF

Wednesday, July 10, 2019 (14:44:21)
by Jade James

ADF Solutions is a leading provider of intelligent digital forensic and media exploitation software. ADF’s tools are used for the processing and analysis of computers, external drives, mobile devices and other media storage such as USBs and memory cards.

In this review we will be focusing on Mobile Device Investigator (MDI). According to ADF, MDI is completely user-friendly and requires minimal training. The tool can also perform fast logical acquisitions: up to 4GB of data per minute (depending on system requirements). You can search for keywords and hash values during the logical acquisition, although this may slow down the process. You can also perform quick reviews of your data using the picture gallery, video frames, comprehensive filters, VICS/CAID auto categorisation, data deduplication and whitelist elimination (a whitelist is a list of all programs, software, and system files that are allowed on a computer).

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What's Happening In Forensics - Jul 9, 2019

Tuesday, July 09, 2019 (15:35:26)
OpenText demonstrate how to identify private browsing and wearable data activity with Encase.

Kali Linux has been made available for the Raspberry Pi 4.

ElcomSoft discuss the art of iPhone acquisition.

Oxygen Forensics round up what they've done so far this year.

H-11 remind us that data can be found everywhere.

Amped show how Authenticate's camera identification works with images from Facebook.

The UK government has published a response to the House of Lords' Science and Technology Select Committee Report.
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GID – A Big Step For Intelligence Sharing And Collaboration

Tuesday, July 09, 2019 (15:08:22)

Collaboration has always been a cornerstone of everything we do at Griffeye. We simply believe that humans are better when working together. That is why the Analyze platform is built to interconnect and reach out to other forensic tools, platforms and databases. We recently took this concept one step further, by releasing our new Griffeye Intelligence Database (or GID).

How To Analyze Windows 10 Timeline With Belkasoft Evidence Center

Tuesday, July 09, 2019 (14:54:39)
Temporal analysis of events (Timeline) can be beneficial when you want to reconstruct events related to computer incidents, data breaches, or virus attacks taking place on a victim’s computer.

Historically, digital forensic timeline analysis has been broken down into two parts:

• ‘Timeline’ to describe changes associated with temporal file metadata in a file system. In other words, this Timeline is based exclusively on the corresponding file system.
• ‘Super Timeline’ to describe changes associated with temporal metadata for the maximum number of artifacts possible within both file system and operating system. That is to say, it combines data from both sources.

However, recently Microsoft introduced a new type of Windows artifact: Windows 10 Timeline. It offers new opportunities to investigators, with greater clarity. This article describes these new forensic capabilities with Windows 10 Timeline.

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What’s Happening In Forensics - Jul 8, 2019

Monday, July 08, 2019 (17:42:12)
Amped will be holding a User Day in Denver, CO, on October 6th - register to attend here.

DME Forensics have released DVR Examiner 2.7, feauturing a new way to visually review clips.

Brett Shavers announces some upcoming additions to DFIR Training.

Voting in the Forensic 4:Cast Awards closes on July 10th - get your votes in now!
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Global Development Company Uses Nuix To Analyze 3TB Of Data In Misconduct Probe

Monday, July 08, 2019 (14:36:20)
A multinational development company established an internal team to quickly investigate allegations of misconduct. The team turned to First Response and Nuix for help to rapidly process, search and analyse three terabytes of data from disparate sources within the company. Within hours, the investigations team found the critical information it needed to respond properly to the allegations, saving the weeks that it would have taken using any other software to get the same results.

Belkasoft Evidence Center 9.6 — Fresh Update With Brand New Features

Monday, July 08, 2019 (12:07:00)
A fresh version of Belkasoft's flagship digital forensics product Belkasoft Evidence Center has recently been released. The 9.6 version combines an affordable price with a range of timely updates based on the most important industry developments.

More details on what's new: https://belkasoft.com/new