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Mobile Forensics Monkey Wrench: iOS 10.2 and Encryption

by Patrick Siewert, Pro Digital Forensic Consulting 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 December 12, 2016). A conversation began recently … Continue reading

Current Challenges In Digital Forensics

What is the most urgent question facing digital forensics today? That in itself is not a question with a straightforward answer. At conferences and in research papers, academics and forensic practitioners around the world converge to anticipate the future of the discipline and work out how to overcome some of the more challenging aspects of … Continue reading

The End of Digital Forensics?

by Craig Ball When Microsoft introduced its Encrypting File System (EFS) in Windows 2000, the Cassandras of computer forensics peppered the listserves with predictions that the days of digital forensics were numbered. Ten years on and hundreds of systems acquired, I’ve yet to handle a case stymied by encryption—and 90% of my acquisitions were corporate … Continue reading

Forensic Accounting – the recorded electronic data found on Computer Hard Disk Drives, PDAs and numerous other Digital Devices

First published September 2004 Where is the hidden money for the Creditors in the Bankrupt Estate? The Importance of Applying Section 521(4) in obtaining the Debtor’s electronic data. Jack Seward Rosenfarb Winters, LLC New York, NY 10016 JSeward@RWCPAs.com or JackSeward@msn.com Introduction A trustee has the duty to investigate the financial affairs of the Debtor and … Continue reading