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    The Best Data Security and Identity Theft Prevention Methods for 2018

    Be proactive and know what the crooks need to rip you off.  Identify vulnerable points and take measures to protect yourself.  An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.  You lock your door, [...]

    Hackers sought a $23,000 ransom after freezing a N.C. county’s website. They’re not getting it.

    “3 things you can do to prevent a ransomware attack” Never open any attachment from ANY e-mail unless you are 100% sure it is legitimate and from a source that you trust (there are examples [...]

    By | December 11th, 2017|Categories: Computer Forensics, Investigations|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Hackers sought a $23,000 ransom after freezing a N.C. county’s website. They’re not getting it.

    Chain of Custody: How to Ensure Digital Evidence Stands Up In Court

    Digital evidence is evidence. It can have real impact on legal proceedings. So just as with physical evidence, it’s essential that law enforcement maintain a clear, documented chain of custody, just as it would for any other [...]

    By | November 21st, 2017|Categories: Cell Phone Forensics, Computer Forensics, Investigations|Comments Off on Chain of Custody: How to Ensure Digital Evidence Stands Up In Court

    Michael Skakel could face new murder trial

    HARTFORD, Conn. -- A Kennedy cousin went back to court Wednesday, hoping to clear his name in a murder committed four decades ago. Prosecutors want him back in prison. At Wednesday's hearing, Michael Skakel's attorney [...]

    By | February 25th, 2016|Categories: Investigations|Tags: |Comments Off on Michael Skakel could face new murder trial

    FBI rebuts reports that county reset San Bernardino shooter’s iCloud password without consent

    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 [...]

    By | February 22nd, 2016|Categories: Cell Phone Forensics, Computer Forensics|Tags: , , , , , , |Comments Off on FBI rebuts reports that county reset San Bernardino shooter’s iCloud password without consent

    Congress to Consider Encryption after Apple Refuses to Build ‘Backdoor’

    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 [...]

    By | February 22nd, 2016|Categories: Cell Phone Forensics, Computer Forensics|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on Congress to Consider Encryption after Apple Refuses to Build ‘Backdoor’