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Sometimes, The Data Isn't There (anymore)

November 18, 2015

Sometimes, the Data Isn’t There (anymore)

Being a digital forensic services provider in the private sector, we service a wide array of client’s needs. 1,247 more words

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Review: Learning Android Forensics

Learning Android Forensics was written by Rohit Tamma and Donnie Tindall, and aims to provide a thorough introduction to the forensic analysis of smartphones running the Android operating system, from the initial setup of a forensic workstation through to analysing some of the more important artefacts. 130 more words


Real-World game for android and ios Methods Around The USA

Blackberry mobiles jump out being a first collection of entrepreneurs, who desire their cell phone to offer as being a gadget, which may help them with telecommunication, but in addition in browsing, emailing, multimedia etc., The consumer’s attraction for Blackberry is gaining momentum lately and Blackberry is considered to get the smartphone for smartpeople. 436 more words

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Databases in Discovery

Five years ago, I wrote The Luddite Litigator’s Guide to Databases in E-Discovery to accompany a lecture on the subject at the 2010 Georgetown Advanced E-Discovery Institute.   2,030 more words


Is Transformation Possible?

Most of us want transformation without change.  We want to be healthier, so long as it doesn’t require diet or exercise.  We want more time for family, friends and community, but not if it means passing up new business or earning less. 468 more words


The Value of (the right) Key Word Searches

October 22, 2015

The Value of (the right) Key Word Searches

When I was a full-time police detective, I was fortunate enough to attend several very good, very long digital forensic training courses (see letters at end of name). 1,079 more words

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The Right Not to Know

I’m sitting outside a courtroom in Texas where I have left the proceedings rather than risk the assertion that I learned confidential information offered as testimony in open court.  1,046 more words