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What's Happening In Forensics - Aug 13, 2019

Tuesday, August 13, 2019 (16:33:31)
Harlan Carvey asks how our customers determine the accuracy of digital forensic investigations.

Cellebrite announce a webinar about finding digital evidence in human trafficking investigations.

Amped show how to magnify images for use in investigations.
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Registration For The Amped User Day In Denver On October 6 Is Now Open

Tuesday, August 13, 2019 (15:40:11)
Don't miss your chance to meet the team behind the Amped Software products, exchange ideas, ask questions, discuss product improvements and meet other expert Amped users from around the world.

When and where?
The Amped User Day will be held on Sunday, October 6, 2019, in Denver, Colorado at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel.

Pre-register now to join us!

About Amped Software
Amped Software develops technologies for the analysis, enhancement and authentication of images and video for forensic, security and investigative applications. Amped Software products are used by law enforcement, government agencies, forensic labs and security companies worldwide. Founded in 2008 in Trieste, Italy, Amped Software’s single mission is to create the one-stop software for any image and video processing need related to security and investigations. For more information, visit: www.ampedsoftware.com.

Scott Sattler, Incident Response Manager, HealthFirst

Monday, August 12, 2019 (13:35:00)
Scott, can you tell us a little about yourself, your role at HealthFirst and how you came to work in digital forensics?

I have worked in cyber defense for the last two decades and have witnessed the changing threat landscape and the ever-evolving and improving toolset. In the last five years I can actually feel positive about detecting and avoiding complex incidents, which cost corporations millions in lost revenue and fines.

Currently, I have a team of investigators that handle roughly 60 incidents a week. The incidents are ever growing as we bring in new tools that bring transparency to all events occurring externally and internally to the corporation. Generally business units hate the spotlight, but once they see the value of the product that we can bring to them, they are on board.

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What's Happening In Forensics - Aug 9, 2019

Friday, August 09, 2019 (14:14:35)
Amber Schroader demonstrates Windows 10 artefacts that can be recovered with Paraben's software.

Cyan Forensics release Cyan Examiner 2.0.
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What's Happening In Forensics - Aug 8, 2019

Thursday, August 08, 2019 (19:45:51)
Ryan Benson adds to his 'Deciphering Browser Hieroglyphics' series.

Amped are asking for your input on whether to keep or kill support for Windows XP.

Sarah Edwards shares the presentation she and Heather Mahalik presented at SANS this year.

Cellebrite share a couple of case studies: text messages lead to arrest of drug dealers; WhatsApp messages help to convict a murderer.

Andrea Fortuna shares a handy list of tools for reverse engineering and pentesting.
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What's Happening In Forensics Aug 6, 2019

Tuesday, August 06, 2019 (14:21:55)
Amped describe how their Authenticate tool allows users to search for reference images online for better integrity analysis.

Rolf Rolles shares some automation techniques in C++ engineering.
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An AccessData Webinar: Accelerate Incident Response Through Automation

Tuesday, August 06, 2019 (13:57:01)
When a data breach occurs, every second counts. With the new RESTful API from AccessData, organizations can now automate incident response, saving up to 40 minutes of analysis time per incident. When an attack is detected by an organization’s cybersecurity software, like CyberSponse, the #1 security, orchestration, automation and incident response solution, the API alerts the AD Enterprise agent and initiates a collection job within moments of the attack, immediately preserving data related to the root cause of the breach.

Join us on Thursday, August 22 at 2:00 P.M. ET for a 60-minute webinar co-presented by AccessData and CyberSponse. In this webinar, you’ll understand how automation can facilitate faster, more secure incident response. You’ll see firsthand how the integration between these two platforms, using the new AccessData API, triggers automated forensics, dramatically accelerating incident response. Collected evidence is then immediately available for analysis in AD Enterprise. Join us to see a live demo of the integration!

Presented by:

Joseph Loomis, CSO, CyberSponse

Steve Sunday, Principal Technical Engineer, AccessData

Register now for this webinar.

Date: August 22, 2019
Time: 2:00 P.M. ET | 11:00 A.M. PT
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How To Acquire Mobile Data With MD-NEXT From HancomGMD

Monday, August 05, 2019 (14:42:41)
by Michelle Oh, HancomGMD

With an ever-increasing range of features and dramatically increased storage capacity, digital devices have become essential to our daily life. Their ability to store vast amounts of data means that these devices have proliferated and are now found in every household. They therefore prove to be a source of crucial information that acts as evidence in digital forensic investigations.

With the expansion of 5G technology, we expect a new chapter in mobile development, and this will bring huge innovation for new technologies such as infrastructure, city management, autonomous vehicles, and connectivity for the consumer mobile internet. And this explosive growth of digital data will lead all investigators to face highly demanding challenges.

This article covers HancomGMD’s data extraction solution ‘MD-NEXT’. It focuses on how investigators can practically use MD-NEXT for both logical and physical data extractions.

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What's Happening In Forensics Aug 2, 2019

Friday, August 02, 2019 (15:41:49)
Oxygen Forensics explain what facial recognition is and how it is used in their software.

Magnet AXIOM 3.4 includes APFS performance improvements.
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Interview With Lodrina Cherne, Product Manager, Cybereason

Friday, August 02, 2019 (14:57:41)
Lodrina, tell us about yourself and how you first got started in digital forensics.

Growing up outside Silicon Valley during the first dot-com boom, I was always interested in technology and luckily had access to the early web and programming classes. While I didn’t know about forensics as a career when I was younger, I consumed anything computer-related in school and did content for websites and communities at AOL.

What I saw as a logical progression from my teenage interests led me to pursue computer science in college. While the logic and problem-solving side of CS fascinated me – cryptography remaining one of my favorite courses to this day – I became less interested in programming itself and took some time to figure out where in technical world would be the best fit for me career-wise.

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