Sunday, July 14 2024

Challenges Detecting Email Scams - Natural Language Processing

The use of email has evolved radically since the 1960s when the first email was sent. It was simple text and sent between a limited number of mainframe computers in the network. Today emails are multimedia, have their own servers or cloud service, and are at the core of global communications.

Rethinking Remote DFIR – Why Investigators Need to Remotely Access Devices Online in The New Normal

Effective data management practices are no longer a, nice to have. Today, they are fundamental to the success of almost every business department. In a recent DFIR report, half of the 56 organisations surveyed revealed that their workforce was more than 50% remote, while close to a third had a workforce who were 75% remote.

Forensic Analysis of the NetWire Stack – A project related to NetWire stack analysis

NetWire was used in one of the highest-stakes cases to conduct long-term surveillance and surreptitiously deliver incriminating documents which were later used in criminal prosecution. Casework at Arsenal has involved the analysis of computers compromised by versions of the NetWire remote access trojan (RAT).

Empowering Digital Forensics in Policing – Why Law Enforcement Agencies Must Transition to Intelligent Cloud Review Platforms

Jon Cook from Exterro investigates why Law Enforcement Agencies Must Transition to Intelligent Cloud Review Platforms and how digital forensics professionals can leverage key technologies to make the most out of data in criminal investigations.

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