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UFED Series

June 26, 2014
Collect and preserve mobile device evidence from most popular smartphones, tablets, GPS devices and more.

Digital Forensics: What's to Come?

November 25, 2013
Mobile devices have opened Pandora's Box, making digital forensics a much more volatile technology as cyber criminals find new avenues to carry out attacks. And law enforcement needs to keep up.

Digital Forensics: A Decade of Changes

November 11, 2013
While the Internet has dramatically increased and facilitated the creation and distribution of child pornography, it has also given police a stronger ability to detect and track cases.

Cellebrite Launches Mobile Forensic Examiner Training

October 4, 2013
The new program offers three training courses on mobile forensics. Courses can be completed through classroom sessions, live online training or self-paced online training for trainees to earn a Cellebrite Certified Mobile Examiner credential.

Ocean Systems Adds Audio Capture To Omnivore

July 26, 2013
Ocean Systems has included Active Audio Sync (AAS) with version 2.0 of its Omnivore video capture system to help investigators collect and process low frame rate video that has associated audio.

Fugitive Caught After Twitter Taunt

July 9, 2013
A Southern California fugitive was arrested in Mexico, after taunting law enforcement via Twitter with tweets such as "Catch me if you can."

Cellebrite and Nuix Announce Partnership

June 7, 2013
Cellebrite and Nuix this week announced a partnership that will enable users to contextualize complex investigations and see larger connections more quickly.

Using a Photo's Meta Data To Find a Location

May 10, 2013
Within most digital pictures, cameras store meta data called EXIF (Exchangeable Image File Format) within the header of the file. This data can give you major clues about the origin of the photo.

Handling Cell Phones and Their Digital Evidence

April 18, 2013
Cell phones can provide investigators with a call history, text messages. and contact lists. They can also provide us with other valuable data that's sometimes overlooked.

DOJ To Police: Get a Warrant for Older E-mails

March 20, 2013
The Department of Justice on Tuesday dropped its support for allowing law enforcement to review older e-mails without a warrant in testimony before the House Judiciary Committee.

Windows Memory Reader

March 18, 2013
ATC-NY's new computer forensic tool, Windows Memory Reader, is a simple command-line utility to capture the contents of physical RAM on a suspect computer, letting an investigator gather volatile state information prior to shutting the machine down.

Casey Anthony Detectives Overlooked Google Search

November 26, 2012
The Orange County (Fla.) Sheriff's Office has acknowledged its computer investigator missed evidence of a Google search for "full-proof" suffocation methods on the day Casey Anthony's 2-year-old daughter disappeared.

Saelig Introduces Lightweight Forensic USB Pouch

October 7, 2012
Saelig has introduced a shielded forensic pouch (Model No. SFP1215W) that enables hands-on manipulation of wireless devices in an RF-tight environment so internal data is not compromised.

Cellebrite Launches UFED Touch Mobile Forensics Solution

June 27, 2012
Cellebrite's UFED Touch allows investigators to more easily extract and decode digital evidence from mobile devices including smartphones, legacy phones, portable GPS devices, and handheld tablets.

Computer Forensics in the Digital Age

February 17, 2012

Advances in technology have made it possible for any officer, with minimal training, to retrieve digital evidence at the crime scene and utilize it for investigative purposes.

ATC-NY Releases Dropbox Reader Forensics Tool

July 8, 2011
Dropbox Reader, which is used to analyze files on a hard drive, can run on Windows, Macintosh, and Linux systems. With Dropbox Reader, you can acquire information about the registered Dropbox account, shared directories, and synchronized files.

EnCase Forensic Version 6.18

March 30, 2011
EnCase Forensic gives investigators the ability to image a drive and preserve it in a forensic manner using the EnCase evidence file format (LEF or E01), a digital evidence container vetted by courts worldwide. EnCase Forensic also contains a full suite of analysis, bookmarking, and reporting features.

Dell Introduces Digital Forensic System for Field Officers

March 24, 2011
The new solution lets officers in the field quickly and securely identify evidence on a wide variety of digital devices, including Windows, Linux, and Macintosh computers, and cell phones. The system also reads memory cards.

Dell's Digital Forensics Solution

March 24, 2011

Dell's digital forensics solution lets officers in the field quickly and securely identify evidence on a wide variety of digital devices, including Windows, Linux, and Macintosh computers, and cell phones. The system also reads memory cards.

Data Collection Kit

September 30, 2010
Skout Forensics' patent-pending flagship product, the Skout Forensics Data Collection Kit, allows customers to acquire electronic data in a forensically sound manner from any standard desktop or laptop computer.
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