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Walkthrough: Forensic Falcon NEO From Logicube

Friday, December 07, 2018 (14:00:38)

Welcome to Logicube’s tutorial on the Forensic Falcon NEO. In this session we’ll show you how to multitask.

Welcome to Logicube’s tutorial on the Forensic Falcon NEO. In this session, we’ll conduct a product tour, including all of the various ports available, and show you how hard drives are connected to the Falcon NEO.

At the front of the Falcon NEO you will find two USB 3.0 ports that can be used as destination ports. On the top of the unit is the touchscreen display. On the rear of the Falcon NEO you will find two power points; two fans; two network ports; and an HDMI port.

On the left, or Source, side of the Falcon NEO you will find two SAS / SATA ports, one USB 3.0 port, and one PCIE port. All ports on the Source side of Falcon NEO are write-protected.

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Oxygen Forensic Detective v11.1 Introduces The Powerful JetEngine Module

Thursday, December 06, 2018 (12:24:50)
Oxygen Forensics, a global provider of digital forensic investigation software to law enforcement, government and enterprise organizations, introduced today an update to its product enabling forensic investigators to process and examine large volumes of data at record speed. The update, which includes a new module called Oxygen Forensic® JetEngine, not only makes Oxygen Forensic® Detective 11.1 one of the most comprehensive analysis tools on the market for examining data from mobile devices, cloud services, drones and IoT devices, but also one of the fastest in the world.

While smartphones represent the handheld key to an individual’s digital identity and activity, only a small portion of the data collected about a person is stored on the phone itself. Complemented by various network devices such as laptops, drones, health trackers and connected home assistants, and powered by cloud services, the amount of data about an individual relevant to an investigation grows exponentially over time.

“Analyzing a dozen or more cell phones from different individuals can lead to quite a volume of data – not just from the phones alone, but also from online data and accounts associated with the phones,” noted Bryan Neumeister, a court-certified forensic expert and CEO of USA Forensic. “JetEngine has given us the ability to bulk-download information from various websites and backup files and incorporate that into a case database quickly and effortlessly.”

New Field Triage Device Upcoming Webinar And Pilot Program From Susteen

Wednesday, December 05, 2018 (14:41:28)
Susteen releases a technological breakthrough in Digital Forensics. A Field Triage Device with the ability to pull evidence off of cell phones in real-time.

Law Enforcement Agencies can now have access to the Data Pilot 10 field triage device. Acquire evidence data off of cell phones in real-time. Instantly gain access to witness, victim and suspect data from any cell phone including new iOS and Android devices. Our new Pilot Program allows agencies to affordably acquire multiple devices with complimentary training.

Call 949.789.8221 or email [email protected] to register for our upcoming webinar. Held Thursday, December 13th, 2018 at 3:00 PM Eastern.

Interview With Vitaliy Mokosiy, CTO, Atola Technology

Wednesday, December 05, 2018 (11:32:47)
In your role as Atola’s CTO you manage product development and coordinate the work of the ever-growing team of engineers. You're also involved in liaising with customers, market analysis and a whole range of other activities. Which part of your job do you regard as the most important and the most challenging?

This one is very easy to answer. Managing product development is my number one priority due to both the importance and the complexity of it.

We always listen to our customers’ feedback regarding the new features they want to see in our products. Besides that, the Atola dev team frequently comes up with ideas about how to improve the feature set as well as our products’ overall performance and usability. Plus there is always a backlog of defects to be fixed. Balancing out all these development wish lists demands strategy, critical thinking and sometimes courage.

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ADF Solutions – Now Compatible With The Griffeye Analyze Platform

Wednesday, December 05, 2018 (09:56:17)
ADF Solutions today announced the ability for on-scene and lab investigators to rapidly collect media files using Digital Evidence InvestigatorⓇ, Triage-InvestigatorⓇ, and Triage-G2Ⓡ software and export media files to the Griffeye Analyze platform. Qualified professionals can request a free trial of ADF forensic software at www.tryadf.com.

The ADF VICS Report option allows investigators to create a Project VIC compatible output folder that contains selected picture and video files together with a Project VIC JSON file. This report can be imported into Griffeye or used to create Digital Evidence InvestigatorⓇ hash captures for use in other cases: Learn About Digital Evidence Investigator

How To: Multitask With Logicube’s Forensic Falcon NEO

Tuesday, December 04, 2018 (13:32:56)

Welcome to Logicube’s tutorial on the Forensic Falcon NEO. In this session we’ll show you how to multitask.

For this tutorial I have connected the Falcon NEO to a network, and from a PC on the same network I’ve logged into the unit using a web browser so that I can operate remotely. I’ve already started an imaging task, and we can easily add more tasks and start them simultaneously, streamlining the evidence collection process.

The Falcon NEO supports a total of up to five tasks of each operation type. To set a second, third or even fourth imaging task, click on the upper right icon ‘Add New Task’. A tab will pop up. Click on that tab and you’ll see that all of the icons for settings and mode and source and destination will appear in the centre of the screen.

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How To: Integrate LACE Carver With Griffeye Analyze DI Pro

Monday, December 03, 2018 (10:49:30)

Let’s talk about the exciting new LACE Carver Integration with Analyze DI Pro. Once you have the proper license, you can head over to your Downloads page on MyGriffeye.com and go to the LACE Carver download. Once the app package has been downloaded, we can go back to Griffeye and install it under Settings, Plugins, and click on the Install button, selecting the file we just downloaded from the internet. Once the file is fully extracted and the plugin has been installed, you can head over to the Analyze Forensic Marketplace, where we now have LACE Carver integration. If you click on it, you can get Introduction, Installation information, and how to use it as well. Read More
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MediaClone New Product Release: SuperImager Desktop NVMe + SATA Forensic Lab

Wednesday, November 28, 2018 (21:43:56)
The SuperImager Desktop NVMe + SATA unit is a forensic lab multi-port imager with mixed NVMe and SATA ports, runs on Linux open OS and supports many different kinds of digital storage devices including the latest NVMe SSDs. It is a useful unit that allows the user to mix and cross-copy the two different classes of storage devices SATA and PCIe.

The unit has two built-in four NVMe ports and four SATA ports which enable the user to image any combination of NVMe to NVMe, SATA to SATA, NVMe to SATA, SATA to NVMe, and all that in multiple parallel sessions.

In addition, the user can save the captured image to the network in a parallel run to the drive imaging.

The SuperImager application also supports split image mode to increase the speed which is useful when the source drive is much faster than the target drive (for example, when using an NVMe Suspect drive).

The imaging speed is extremely fast when capturing from an NVMe SSD to another NVMe SSD. A test run with the Samsung MZVPV512HDGL NVMe SSDs ended with the average speed of 93.7GB/min.

The unit is supplied with four PCIe SFF-8639 external cables and NVMe to M.2 adapters with mounting and locking brackets.

The external PCIe SFF-8639 cables provide a flexible solution to cover both NVMe M.2 and 2.5” form factors.

In addition, the unit has a built-in e-SATA port, eight USB3.0 ports, and a high-speed USB3.1 Gen2 port.
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AccessData Delivers New Versions Of FTK And AD Lab

Wednesday, November 28, 2018 (10:48:23)
Enhanced mobile data analysis capabilities to speed up evidence review for law enforcement agencies and corporate investigative teams.

AccessData Group has launched FTK 7.0 and AD Lab 7.0, new versions of the company’s digital forensics software solutions that enable investigators to analyze mobile application data faster than ever before possible.

“Law enforcement professionals and corporate investigative teams are challenged to keep up with an ongoing increase in digital forensics investigations, fueled by a surge in mobile data that must be collected and analyzed,” said Ken Naumann, chief executive officer of AccessData. “FTK and AD Lab are the premier tools for full-scale digital forensics investigations and the new features we have added with the 7.0 versions of the software allow our customers to streamline and tackle mobile data analysis faster than ever.”

Webinar: What’s New In BlackLight - How To Streamline Investigations

Monday, November 26, 2018 (10:53:17)

A new webinar, What’s New In BlackLight: How To Streamline Investigations With The Latest Features, is available to view here.

Join the forum discussion here.
View the webinar on YouTube here.
Read a full transcript of the webinar here.
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