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The general problem of digital forensics tool verification and validation is of increasing importance, and this has been widely recognised by industry and government, particularly in the following reports.
AccessData Group today announced the release of new versions of its suite of digital forensics software tools, with innovative new features that allow customers to take greater control of their digital investigations.
Paraben has been training individuals on mobile forensics since 2001, and with the global expansion of the mobile forensic profession, Paraben along with Avairy Solutions, has put together the new Paraben Training Academy. This online learning environment allows individuals in the field of cyber-forensics to attend video courses, complete labs, and take certification examinations all in one virtual place. The convivence of learning all online is perfect for the global expansion of the field.
Cobbled together Excel spreadsheets, Word docs, document and data management software not meant for investigations, and even Post-it notes, just aren’t cutting it anymore as a case management process and solution.
Magnet ATLAS provides case and lab management for customers who want to bring together digital evidence management, chain of custody, financials and budget management, asset management, resource management, and more.
An estimated 6.1 billion smartphones will be in the world by 2020, and as development of the Internet of Things—connected wearables, household appliances, vehicles, and more—continues, that number will be dwarfed by the 20.4 billion total connected devices. Understanding how these technologies work, where and how they store data, and what it all means for criminal investigations has never been more important.
Nowadays, nearly every crime involves some kind of digital evidence. As the number of connected devices and data they create increases, the numbers of staff who image, search, and analyze the evidence often remain limited. “Doing more with less” can lead to case backlogs, which can mount from months into years as digital forensics labs compete for resources with other divisions, each of which can make its own claim to public safety or corporate information security.
In this webinar, we’ll explore ways to improve case management to maintain complete chain of custody for evidence inventory control, organize and control the case submission and ticketing process, gain efficiencies through methodologies and workflow, and ultimately save time and improve quality. We will walk you through Magnet ATLAS, our case and lab management solution and show how managers and investigative teams can utilize an intuitive case management system to help keep them on track and closing cases.
Dates: Tuesday, November 7th at 9:00AM EDT
Wednesday, November 8th at 1:00PM EDT
Jamie McQuaid, Forensics Consultant at Magnet Forensics
Kevin Harth, Solutions Consultant at Magnet Forensics
Every forensics expert's task is to not cause any damage or alteration and to perform this taks daily, each time, risk free and absolutely flawlessly.
For this cause, we have developed the tools which offer assistance in the manual operations of the platter cleaning (media damaged in floods and fires), as well as HDD heads inspection and cleaning.