FROM COLLECTION TO THE COURTROOM: DIGITAL EVIDENCE A NEW Standardized Method for Investigators and Attorneys IRIS LLC is proud to announce the creation of the first standardized Digital Evidence Case Assessment Method (DECAM) for indigent defense organizations. Developed for the defense community to reduce pre-trial incarceration and prevent future wrongful convictions in cases involving digital evidence. NEW Regional Training Opportunity! Digital Evidence Case Assessment Method (DECAM) along with free resources in our online Digital Evidence Toolbox. Presented by IRIS LLC at the upcoming New England Regional public defender training, Thursday, June 6, 2019 at Middlesex Community College. DECAM was developed for the defense community to reduce pre‐trial incarceration and prevent future wrongful convictions in cases involving digital evidence. Applied to post-conviction review in cases where digital evidence was a deciding factor; became the genesis for the first ever Digital Evidence Innocence Initiative. Click here to read the New DECAM White Paper
When digital evidence is encountered during an investigation, many questions arise: What is the best method to preserve the evidence? How should the evidence be handled? How should valuable or potentially relevant data contained be preserved? The key to answering these questions begins with a firm understanding of the characteristics of digital evidence. Updated standards can be found in our Digital Evidence Toolbox at http://www.irisinvestigations.com/iris-digital-evidence-toolbox/
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The FBI on Saturday rebutted media reports that San Bernardino County technicians acted without the agency's consent when they reset the password for the Apple iCloud account belonging to one of the shooters involved in the Dec. 2 terror attack at a county facility that killed 14 people.
Reversing course, a key congressman said lawmakers will need to step into the debate over encryption vs. privacy after Apple said it would oppose a court order demanding it help the FBI hack a spree killer
Apple will fight a federal judge