Protect Your Business From State-Sponsored Attacks

It has taken some time but we finally have succumbed to the delights of a certain kitchen utensil. Years of resisting George, John, and the seductive talents of Penelope, had left me more determined than ever to resist at all Continue reading Protect Your Business From State-Sponsored Attacks

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Big Brother Forensics: Device Tracking Using Browser-Based Artifacts (Part 1)

[Author’s Note: Geo-location artifacts have been a frequent focus of my research, and I am amazed at how quickly they are permeating operating systems, applications and file formats.In the fall of 2011 I had the pleasure of writing an article Continue reading Big Brother Forensics: Device Tracking Using Browser-Based Artifacts (Part 1)

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Solid State Drives and TRIM

Here is an interesting analysis of an SSD performed and reported by Alex Golding. You can find his blog at http://dig-forensics.blogspot.com/ —————————– Solid State Drives are getting increasingly more affordable and therefore increasingly more common, especially with expensive laptops having Continue reading Solid State Drives and TRIM

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5 Reasons for Digital Forensic Examiners to Use Content Marketing

For the Issue 3 (May 2010) of Digital Forensics magazine’s newsletter, I posted a short article about content marketing, the best way to share your expertise with clients and prospects alike. Here, I want to go into more detail about each of the five points I raised. Continue reading 5 Reasons for Digital Forensic Examiners to Use Content Marketing

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