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Issue 40 - Out now!

Here's a quick review of some of the main articles within Issue 40

Issue 40 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 40...

Data Leakage Issues in Smartphones

Jeryn Charly and Brian Cusack investigate the ever-increasing number of Smartphones and applications being utilized for processing all manner of information raising the issue of information ownership.

Cyber Security Operations 101

New Author Andy Moore takes a look at the fundamentals of preparing for, and responding to, the inevitable breach.

Online Tracking Techniques and Countermeasures

There are different actors interested in tracking internet users with different motivation for each one. Nihad Hassan explains Online Tracking and How to Counter the Trackers.

Unexpected Payloads in Unexpected Places

Digital forensics practitioners are accustomed to finding artefacts on hard drives, USB sticks, phones, and external storage, Rick Leinecker explains how to find hidden evidence in web pages.

Plus all the regular features, news, our legal section and From The Lab.

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Graph Database Technology

Attackers examine how your assets are connected, looking for a vulnerable part of the network, and navigating via methods such as “spear phishing.” What they’re really doing is abstracting out the graph of your networked systems, which is the set of security dependencies. Read More »

Fraudulent Use of Digital Images and Detection Survey

This article looks at the basic concepts related to image forgery; the types, detection procedure algorithms and all possible techniques to detect malicious signatures ibased on forgery types and detection techniques. Read More »

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Discovery in the Cloud: An Investigator’s Close Look at Unexpected Risks and Challenges

Documents residing in cloud storage accounts are increasingly coming into scope in digital forensic investigations such as IP theft, regulatory, corruption, merger clearance and civil matters.  Read More »

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