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Considerations When Investigating Data From Password Managers

by Dr Tristan Jenkinson In part one we discussed the importance that data from password managers could play in an investigation. In part two we then looked at what aspects an investigation may include from a digital forensics perspective. We now discuss some of the potential issues that can arise in such investigations and some … Continue reading

The Potential Importance Of Information From Password Managers

by Dr Tristan Jenkinson There have recently been a number of articles discussing the use of common passwords and encouraging better password practices. Most guidance includes the recommendation not to use the same password for different accounts. This makes sense – it limits risk of further exposure in the event that one set of details … Continue reading

Law Enforcement Professionals Need to Evaluate Digital Forensics Practices Amid Looming Constitutional Showdown Regarding Digital Searches

by L.E. “Ted” Wilson There is a fascinating constitutional showdown brewing in the U.S. that will have significant implications for how our law enforcement agencies are able to conduct digital investigations. The fundamental question at issue is whether the Fifth Amendment protection against self-incrimination can be lawfully asserted by a criminal defendant as a justification for … Continue reading

Digital Forensics: Iron Bars, Cement And Superglue

by James Zjalic When most people think of digital forensics they think of CSI Miami: hackers in hoodies and Mission Impossible type biometrics. But under the superficial exterior, there is a framework of laws, regulations, best practices, guidelines, and standards surrounding digital forensics which holds the field together. This framework has never been under as … Continue reading

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