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Issue 29 - Out now!

Here's a quick review of some of the main articles within Issue 29


Issue 29 of Digital Forensics Magazine brings new techniques and ideas to the industry. Subscribe today to ensure you get digital access, or if you want, subscribe to the print edition. Find out more at our subscriptions pages.

Here's just a few of the fantastic articles inside Issue 29...


Challenging Cryptographic Performance

The demand for cryptographic methods has always been strong. The ever-expanding use of technology for communications, banking and financial transactions of diverse types, secure communications, and many other applications is driving the demand. Brian Cusack and Erin Chapman show us how to improve cryptographic algorithms.

3D Printed Evidence

3D Printing and the Law have always been strange bed partners; from Cody Wilson’s 3D printed gun to an array of intellectual property concerns and disputes. Josh Weinberger adds another dimension to Trial Presentations.


Damaged Device Forensics

In evidence lockers around the world, damaged devices sit waiting for someone to unlock the data needed for investigations and legal matters. We take a look at some of the leading damaged device research in the world, thanks to Steve Watson of VTO Labs.


Database Technology

Government has the same data problems as corporations in the Internet Age, gigantic but endlessly

growing data. Is technology that is helping the private sector an answer here, asks Emil Eifrem?


Anti-Forensics

Anti-forensics science tries to reverse the forensic process. It attempts to mislead investigations by making acquiring/analyzing digital evidence difficult or even impossible to achieve. Nihad Hassan introduces us to Digital Anti-forensics techniques.


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Forensic Syntactical & Linguistic Investigation

Mark Iwazko presents a case study regarding a Forensic Syntactical & Linguistic investigation: Instructed by the Moscow General Council of one of the actual big four accountants. Read More »

Forensic Readiness: A Proactive Approach to Support Forensic Digital Analysis

An increasing number of criminal actions are inflicting financial and brand damage to organizations around the globe. An impressive number of such cases do not reach the courts, mainly because of the organization’s inefficiency to produce robust digital evidences that are acceptable in the courts of law. Read More »

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Using Error-Patterns for Attribution: An Applied Linguistics Technique

Corpus Linguistics within Second Language Acquisition has developed models of error patterns made by defined groups of second language learners. This knowledge base can be leveraged by a knowledgeable analyst to attribute content to a subset of authors. Read More »

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