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Digital Forensic Discussion: So You Fired An Associate

Every company at every level has had to perform the unenviable task of forcefully off-boarding an associate or employee.  Usually, this is initiated by management and executed by Human Resources.  Somewhere in this process, the associate is informed of the decision, sometimes…

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Mobile Forensics Monkey Wrench: iOS 10.2 and Encryption

It’s not secret to those involved in the study and practice of mobile forensics that Apple likes to throw us curve balls with almost every new iteration of the iOS operating system.  It turns out, iOS 10.2 is no different (released…

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Conducting an Electronic Investigation: A Case Study in Virginia Politics

Happy New Year!  2017 has already started off with a proverbial “bang” in our home state of Virginia with a story in the political world which directly relates to the field of digital forensics and electronic investigation.  Two Republican candidates for Lieutenant…

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Electronically Stored Information (ESI) in High-Profile Cases

f it seems like the frequency of high-profile and attention-grabbing cases involving Electronically Stored Information (ESI) and digital evidence in the media are on the increase, you’re 100% correct!  ESI is ubiquitous – on our computers, on our phones, on our…

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Digital Evidence in Distracted Driving Cases: Text Messages & Beyond

Texting-while-driving (TWD) is a problem, but it’s more than just texting – the problem encompasses distractions of all sorts related to mobile devices and more.  One might go so far as to say it is the traffic safety problem of the…

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Sooner Rather Than Later… Please!

In the past few weeks, we’ve received a higher than average number of requests for digital forensic services on very short notice.  To some digital forensic practitioners, particularly in the public sector, this may seem almost unheard of, but when I…

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