Summary: When an enterprise investigates a data security incident, it is often wise to involve legal counsel early. Counsel may be able to ensure the details of the investigation are kept confidential by law. Infosec Law and Politics Are Dangerous. The law and politics surrounding data security are highly adversarial. Legal and political adversaries have … Continue reading Cloak Your Incident Investigation with Confidentiality
In this issue of Case Leads we go around the globe to cover telematics app development from Ford at CES Las Vegas; to Russia for new tools that allow investigators to access files users try to keep encrypted; an anti-forensic tool that tries to hide details from memory forensic tools; the insider fraud threat; and … Continue reading Digital Forensics Case Leads: News from CES Las Vegas Might Open Doors for Automotive Forensics, Landmark Legal Rulings Impact DFIR Investigators, and Tackling Insider Fraud
The Paraben Forensics Innovator's Conference was held last week in Park City, Utah. Your SANS Digital Forensic blogger attended the event, along with over 300 fellow, forensicators and lawyers. With information security events like BlackHat, and DefCon drawing thousands, this is yet another small event that has many advantages over the larger conferences. At these … Continue reading Digital Forensics Case Leads: PFIC 2011 Report, DNS forensics, Massive Flaws in Amazon EC2?
The 25th High Technology Investigators Conference was held last week near Palm Springs California last week. Your SANS Forensic blogger attended the event, along with over 500 fellow lethal, and aspiring lethal, forensicators. Information security events like BlackHat, DefCon and RSA drawing thousands. It's more difficult to really get to know one's colleagues at those … Continue reading High Tech Crime Investigators Conference 2011 Report, Anonymous Promises Retaliation, DigiNotar Dies
Hostile Forensics Hello everybody to my first Blog post both here at SANS. I've released a whitepaper that may be of interest to people in the forensic community, and wanted to both share it with you and get feedback and criticism on it. Seeing a few great presentations today here at DefCon, namely by … Continue reading Hostile Forensics