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  1. https://www.forensicfocus.com/news/detego-global-is-the-only-digital-forensics-provider-recognised-at-uk-security-innovation-awards/ Pioneers in Unified Digital Investigations technology, Detego Global, were recognised with a UK Defence and Security Innovation award at the recently concluded Security and Policing summit.
  2. https://www.forensicfocus.com/webinars/chip-chop-smashing-the-mobile-phone-security-chip-for-fun-and-digital-forensics/ Interesting attack, but ultimately still hinges on being able to brute force the users passcode. If this fails (passcode too long?) then acquisition won't be possible. But how relevant is this in policing today? Most people I know don't switch off their phones ever, some don't even use an pin, most will use a 4-6 digit code which is easily brute forced. And for those with longer passcodes there's RIPA I guess. How often does this issue come up?
  3. https://www.forensicfocus.com/news/how-forensic-investigators-can-find-meaningful-data-from-factory-reset-devices/ Link to the document itself https://cloud.hancomgmd.com/index.php/s/kIgLXIbDWUw6yYo In the old days if you wanted to securely wipe data you would just download something like dban and use it to overwrite every sector of the drive. These days devices and systems are a lot more locked down and inaccessible to the user.
  4. https://www.forensicfocus.com/podcast/deputy-chief-constable-paul-gibson-on-coordinating-countrywide-digital-forensics-standardization/ Effectively standardizing digital forensics practices and procedures across an entire country requires collective investment and collaboration as lab personnel support and learn from one another. Coordinating this effort in the United Kingdom is the Forensic Capability Network or FCN, which operates under the ambit of the National Police Chiefs’ Council Transforming Forensics program.
  5. https://www.forensicfocus.com/news/oxygen-forensics-has-once-again-increased-support-for-encrypted-apps/ Oxygen Forensics, a global leader in digital forensics for law enforcement, federal agencies, and corporate clients, announced today the release of the latest version to their all-in-one forensic solution, Oxygen Forensic® Detective. With new screen lock bypass methods, support for new apps, and upgrades to multiple existing tools, this release ultimately grants investigators more access to secured data.
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