DIGITAL NEWS
Proposals Sought for New Approaches to Digital Evidence

The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) released a solicitation seeking proposals for research and technology development that introduces new, innovative means to: 1) speed forensic processing of large capacity digital media and 2) reduce digital evidence storage requirements.

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New Book: Investigating Internet Crimes

This book offers background and tools for both seasoned and new investigators. The guide provides step-by-step instructions for investigating Internet crimes, including locating, interpreting, understanding, collecting, and documenting online electronic evidence to benefit investigations.

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Training Event Focuses on Digital Forensics

SANS Institute just announced it is bringing its most popular forensic courses together at one event with the introduction of the SANS Digital Forensics and Incident Response Training Event (DFIRCON). This all-forensic event will take place in Monterey, Cal., March 5–10. SANS will also debut two new forensic courses at the event, FOR572: Advanced Network Forensics and Analysis and FOR585: Advanced Smartphone Forensics.

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Product News: End-to-End IT Forensics Case Management Solution

D3 Security announced on Monday (20 Jan 2014) the introduction of a comprehensive web-based software solution designed for IT forensics investigators.

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Breaking the Backlog of Digital Forensic Evidence

An article in Help Net Security describes the efforts of a small police agency that is providing web-based software to its non-technical detectives that allows them to extract information from seized mobile devices and computers.

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Video: Deleted Cookies

Thanks to H-11 Digital Forensic training Santa and Zeke get to chow down on everyone's deleted cookies from last year.

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Court Case Update

FINGERPRINT EVIDENCE went through a nearly three-year ordeal in the New Hampshire court system, but eventually emerged unscathed. On April 4, 2008, the New Hampshire Supreme Court unanimously reversed the decision of a lower court to exclude expert testimony regarding fingerprint evidence in the case of The State of New Hampshire v. Richard Langill. The case has been remanded back to the Rockingham County Superior Court.

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