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October 28th, 2015 Comments off

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How to Become a Forensic Computer Professional

October 29th, 2012 Comments off

computerforensicprofessional A computer forensic professional collects electronic evidence and provides information to an investigation team. Being a computer forensic professional requires you to have skills to help criminal investigators solve computer crimes. You should have knowledge of criminology, business law and computer data analysis.

If you like crime scene investigation shows or the thought of cracking encrypted computer security codes excites you, then a career in computer forensics might be right …

Learn Computer Forensics on Your Own

October 29th, 2012 Comments off

Expertise in examining computers and networks for evidence can not only lead to a well-paying career, it can be an exciting field to work in. Many people who work in computer forensics have received training through their employer as a law-enforcement professional or corporate sponsored training. This does not mean that someone can’t learn these skills on their own. Thanks to online training, hands-on practice, and dozens of books on …

First Steps in Computer Forensics: Securing Your Network

May 20th, 2012 Comments off

First Steps in Computer Forensics: Securing Your NetworkNo matter how secure your infrastructure is, sooner or later you will become a victim of a computer crime. Someone may point a DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack at your services, may sniff your network, or may copy/delete confidential information. You may not even realize such a thing has happened. However, in an organized and secured network, you will be notified at the first signs of an attack. Now …

Dell and AccessData Launched New Forensics Toolkit

March 21st, 2012 Comments off

Dell and computer forensics specialists Access Data have released their new Dell Digital Forensics Platform and Forensic Toolkit 4.0 at the International Security and National Resilience (ISNR) exhibition in Abu Dhabi.

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“Today’s launch of the FTK 4.0 is a significant milestone that marks the next phase of our efforts here in the Middle East. This release, which is unlike any other previously seen in the region, enables court-cited digital investigations …

Work in Forensics: 5 Key Steps

February 12th, 2012 Comments off

Work in Forensics: 5 Key StepsJoseph Naghdi, an experienced computer technologist, transitioned to digital forensics in early 2000 because he was intrigued by how data is stored and discovered on computers. Today, he’s a forensics analyst at Computer Forensics Lab, a U.K. consultancy specializing in computer forensic services and advanced data recovery. The high point of his work, he says, is when he solves tough cases, such as a recent phishing attack against a UK …