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July 2013 Newsletter

July 2013


Welcome to the July edition of the Digital Forensics Magazine newsletter. Issue 16 is almost upon us and we are excited for our next release. In this months newsletter:


- Announcing the SANS 2013 Digital Forensics and Incident Response Survey Results!

- Through Google Glass - Preparing Digital Forensics and Cyber Security Education

- Car key immobiliser hack revelations blocked by UK court

- Teaser for Issue 16 of Digital Forensics Magazine Out 01/08/13!


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May 2013 Newsletter

May 2013


Welcome to the May edition of the Digital Forensics Magazine newsletter. Issue 16 is almost upon us and we are excited for our next release. In this months newsletter:


- De Montfort University Joins Forces With Deloitte to Launch Unique Cyber Security MSc
- Digital Assurance achieves CREST accreditation for pen testing
- Forensics Europe Expo Delivered Over 3000 Attendees
- Issue 15 of Digital Forensics Magazine Out Now!


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March 2013 Newsletter

March 2013


Welcome to the March edition of the Digital Forensics Magazine newsletter. In this months newsletter:


- Digital Forensics And Cyber Security Firm AccessData Gets $45M Investment From Silicon Valley Bank
- Cloud forensics: In a lawsuit, can your cloud provider get key evidence you need?
- Cyber Espionage, National Security... Murder? Computer Forensics Can Help
- Forensics Euro Expo 2013
- Issue 14 of Digital Forensics Magazine Out Now!


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February 2013 Newsletter

February 2013


Welcome to the February edition of the Digital Forensics Magazine newsletter. In this months newsletter:


- CyberPatriot Opens Pre-Registration for 2013-2014 Competition Season
- CREST and IISP join forces to host new event for information security professionals
- Cyber Espionage Campaign Against the Uyghur Community, Targeting MacOSX Systems
- Forensics Euro Expo 2013
- Teaser - Issue 14 of Digital Forensics Magazine Out February 1st!


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January 2013 Newsletter

January 2013


Welcome to the January edition of the Digital Forensics Magazine newsletter. In this months newsletter:


- Nuix 4.2 Release Empowers eDiscovery Practitioners to Deliver Better Results, Faster
- Anonymous Re-hacks US Sentencing Site Into Video Game Asteroids
- US Cyber Command in 'Fivefold' Staff Expansion
- Forensics Euro Expo 2013
- Teaser - Issue 14 of Digital Forensics Magazine Out February 1st!


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December 2012 Newsletter

December 2012


Welcome to the December edition of the Digital Forensics Magazine newsletter. In this months newsletter:


- New Password Cracking Method Provides Rapid Results
- How UK Police Busted Anonymous Suspect
- UK Planning 'Cyber Reserve' Defence Force
- HMRC Job Vacancies
- DFM Xmas Special 20% off voucher


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October 2012 Newsletter

October 2012


Welcome to the October edition of the Digital Forensics Magazine newsletter. In this months newsletter:


- UK's First Academic Research Institute to Investigate the 'Science of Cyber'
- China's Cyber-Attack Fears to Spark Massive Defense Spending
- New Version of DIGIPASS Mobile Combines Excellent User Convenience with Enhanced Security
- Xbox Generation Given Chance to Spy
- Forensics Euro Expo 2013


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September 2012 Newsletter

September 2012


Welcome to the September edition of the Digital Forensics Magazine newsletter. In this months newsletter:


- UK's First Academic Research Institute Investigate the "Science of Cyber Security"
- China's Cyber-Attack Fears to Spark Massive Defense Spending
- New version of DIGIPASS for Mobile Combines Excellent User Convenience with Enhanced Security
- De Montfort University launches brand new Cyber Security Centre
- Teaser - Issue 13 of Digital Forensics Magazine Out November 1st!


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August 2012 Newsletter

August 2012


Welcome to the August edition of the Digital Forensics Magazine newsletter. In this months newsletter:


- ATC-NY Announces New Computer Forensics Tool - Mem Marshal
- Dropbox Breach shows how Personal and Corporate Cannot Crossover in Security
- Improved Chip-Off Recovery for Blackberry Devices
- Forensics Euro Expo 2013
- Teaser - Issue 13 of Digital Forensics Magazine Out November 1st!


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July 2012 Newsletter

July 2012


Welcome to the July edition of the Digital Forensics Magazine newsletter. In this months newsletter:


- ElcomSoft and Pico Computing Demonstrate Worlds Faster Password Cracking Solution
- Data Breaches at Yahoo, Formspring and Nvidia
- Fear of Cyber Crime Stops EU Citizens Doing Business on the Web
- Guidance Software Tableau TD2 Duplicator
- Teaser - Issue 12 of Digital Forensics Magazine Out August 1st!


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June 2012 Newsletter

June 2012


Welcome to the June edition of the Digital Forensics Magazine newsletter. In this months newsletter:


- DTI Expands Forensics Capabilities With The Acquisition of Data Forte
- Professional Training Essential for Developing a Forensic Readiness Policy
- The "Shot Heard 'Round the Cyber World" - U.S Involvement in Stuxnet Throws Some Cold Water on the Flame's 15 mins of Fame
- Guidance Software App Central Developer Network


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May 2012 Newsletter

May 2012


Welcome to the May edition of the Digital Forensics Magazine newsletter. In this months newsletter:


- Belkasoft Evidence Center Offers Tighter Integration with Guidance Software's EnCase
- Alternative App Marketplaces Prove Profitable for Cybercriminals
- Met Police Roll Out Radio Tactics' ACESO Mobile Phone Data Extraction Capability
- New Tech from Guidance Software
- Teaser - Issue 11 of Digital Forensics Magazine Out May 1st!


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April 2012 Newsletter

April 2012


Welcome to the April edition of the Digital Forensics Magazine newsletter. In this months newsletter:


- DHS, Navy to Hack into Gaming Systems
- Expert in Digital Forensics Testifies in Fraud Trial
- More Over SOPA: Why CISPA Has Privacy Activists Up in Arms
- Career Opportunities
- Teaser - Issue 11 of Digital Forensics Magazine Out May 1st!


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