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EDna: Still Cheap and Challenged

About seven years ago, I e-mailed a hypothetical to colleagues seeking their advice about how to process and review an unprepossessing volume of ESI for production in e-discovery.  440 more words

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Training Review: X-Ways Forensics

April 15, 2016

Training Review: X-Ways Forensics

I’ve been involved in computer/digital forensics since 2009, starting off my first training with Basic Data Recovery & Acquisition (BDRA) given by the… 2,318 more words

Digital Forensics

Collecting Volatile and Non-volatile Data

Volatile Data : 

Volatile data is stored in memory of a live system (or in transit on a data bus) and would be lost when the system was powered down. 1,226 more words

Computer Forensics

An Approach To Evidence in Cyberspace

Introduction :

A government official is caught embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars from his agency. A Federal Search Warrant is executed at his residence for evidence of his crime and to locate the money. 1,416 more words

Computer Forensics

"Smart" Cars and Hackers - We Should Have Seen This One Coming.

Markey Report Reveals Automobile Security and Privacy Vulnerabilities, by Sabrina I. Pacifici, BeSpacific Blog

http://www.bespacific.com/markey-report-reveals-automobile-security-privacy-vulnerabilities/

New standards are needed to plug security and privacy gaps in our cars and trucks, according to a report released today by Senator Edward J.

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Cybersecurity

Luddite Lawyer's Guide to Computer Backup Systems

It will come as no surprise to readers that I cleave to simple credos when it comes to litigation and e-discovery, viz.

E-Discovery