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Review: AccessData Enterprise From AccessData

Wednesday, January 22, 2020 (13:11:35)
by Jade James

AccessData Enterprise enables investigators to forensically image and analyse devices. It also provides a means of workflow analysis and documentation, as well as a level of staff management. The inclusion of FTK means that examiners can conduct forensic investigations without interrupting business operations.

AD Enterprise enables the user to preview live data on any end user point that has the agent installed. With remote collaboration, investigators across different departments can work together more efficiently. Discretion is often crucial to a successful investigation; knowing this, AccessData have ensured that with Enterprise, investigators can conduct investigations without arousing suspicion amongst end users.

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What's Happening In Forensics - Jan 21, 2020

Tuesday, January 21, 2020 (17:37:48)
Jessica Hyde shares a list of resources to help you keep up-to-date with mobile forensics.

13Cubed talk about CVEs in Windows event logs.

Belkasoft discuss what's new in Belkasoft Evidence Center v9.9.
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Graeme Horsman On The Fast Pace Of Digital Forensics

Tuesday, January 21, 2020 (12:05:16)
Christa: Hello and welcome to the Forensic Focus podcast. Monthly we interview experts from the digital forensics and incident response community on a host of topics ranging from technical aspects to career soft skills. I'm your host, Christa Miller.

Our guest this month is Graeme Horsman, a lecturer in Digital Forensics at Teesside University. Graeme has over six years' experience in teaching and higher education, and previously worked as a digital forensic analyst. His research focuses on digital forensic examination techniques; methods for forensically investigating mobile devices; and knowledge-based systems for improving digital forensic examinations and evidence identification.

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What's Happening In Forensics - Jan 20, 2020

Monday, January 20, 2020 (19:26:14)
Brett Shavers discusses the importance of eating your broccoli first in digital forensics.

Magnet Forensics' Adam Belsher talks about how to deal with the digital evidence tsunami.
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Quality Management System Standards In Forensics: An Executive Overview

Monday, January 20, 2020 (12:29:33)
by Tim Alcock, Qualimetric

This presentation is designed to give an executive overview of the Quality Management System standards and guidelines applicable to organisations providing forensic science services to the Criminal Justice System in the UK.

Organisations can achieve independent recognition to these standards via an accreditation process which confirms compliance. This is generally voluntary, but in the UK, whilst not yet mandated in law, the Forensic Science Regulator has required that Forensic units are accredited to relevant International standards (ie ISO/IEC 17025, 17020).

As the standards mentioned above were not specifically written for forensics applications, supplemental documents have also been published (such as ILAC G-19) and in the UK, the FSR Codes criteria of Practice and Conduct and associated documents as well as specific accreditation body requirements. This presentation provides an overview of the application and relationship between these documents.

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What's Happening In Forensics - Jan 17, 2020

Friday, January 17, 2020 (13:33:48)
Oleg Afonin discusses what information is stored in iCloud, and how much Apple will provide in response to government requests.

Oleg Skulkin shows how to find Nextcloud storage forensic artifacts on endpoints.
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Joe Walsh On Private Browsing Data And Teaching Digital Forensics Online

Friday, January 17, 2020 (13:15:37)
Christa: Hello and welcome to the Forensic Focus podcast. Monthly we interview experts from the digital forensics and incident response community on a host of topics ranging from technical aspects to career soft skills. I'm your host, Christa Miller.

Today we're welcoming Joseph Walsh, the director of the Master's of Criminal Justice program and an Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Criminal Justice at DeSales University.

Prior to joining the department of Computer Science and Mathematics at DeSales, Joe earned a Master of Science in Information Systems with a concentration in Cybersecurity; a Master of Arts degree in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Digital Forensics; and a Bachelor of Science degree where he majored in Information Systems with a concentration in Security Administration.

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What's Happening In Forensics - Jan 16, 2020

Thursday, January 16, 2020 (14:15:20)
Packt Publishing have a $5 sale on all digital forensics ebooks.

Gilad David Maayan shares 8 free tools to help automate the incident response process.

The CfP for the SANS DFIR Summit opens today.
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Forensic Source Identification Using JPEG Image Headers: The Case Of Smartphones

Thursday, January 16, 2020 (10:53:36)
Patrick Mullan shares his research at DFRWS EU 2019.

Patrick: Hello, I am Patrick. I would like to introduce you to our recent research on forensic source identification using JPEG image headers. So the idea is to identify the source of the image — so which device took the image — with a focus on smartphones, particularly Apple devices.

So why is this interesting? It’s one goal of multimedia security; it’s often called reconstruction of provenance, where provenance means to find something out about the background of the image: the history of the image. Like, was it processed with some software; which path did the picture take, or was it distributed over, until it reached a certain point; and finally, and that’s what we are looking into today, to identify the source of the multimedia content.

So in this scene on the right, the question is, which of the devices took the picture on the right?

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What's Happening In Forensics - Jan 15, 2020

Wednesday, January 15, 2020 (15:47:34)
Elcomsoft's Oleg Afonin discusses the true meaning of iOS recovery, DFU and SOS modes for mobile forensics.

DFIR.training share new tools, reviews and events.

HTCIA 2020 is open for presentation submissions.

Cellebrite release UFED, UFED Physical Analyzer, UFED Logical Analyzer & Cellebrite Reader v.7.28.
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