SANS Digital Forensics and Incident Response Blog: Category - Drive Encryption

Digital Forensics Case Leads: SSD Forensics; WebCams, Privacy and The Law; Anit-Forensics Goes Mainstream; Forensics Comes To The US Elections

Welcome to Digital Forensics Case Leads. It's a busy week in digital forensics, incident response and the law. In this edition: How the standards for obtaining a warrant for digital information might change. Do users really care about tracking and privacy online? Are anti-forensics and spoliation becoming more popular with the general public? Why Solid … Continue reading Digital Forensics Case Leads: SSD Forensics; WebCams, Privacy and The Law; Anit-Forensics Goes Mainstream; Forensics Comes To The US Elections


Digital Forensics Case Leads: The New Forensics, The CyberMilitia and Bill Gates Gets Behind Open Source?

Case Leads is loaded for bear this week, after a week's break. Here is some of what you will find: * Are you ready for "The New Forensics"? If not, you might be left in the dust at trial. * What if the good guys adopted the organizing techniques of Anonymous? That's the goal behind … Continue reading Digital Forensics Case Leads: The New Forensics, The CyberMilitia and Bill Gates Gets Behind Open Source?


Case Leads: The Digital Forensics Case of the Decade? Digital Forensics at US Border Crossings; Serious Flaw in Enterprise Firewalls? The Feds Re-examine DFIR As Data Shifts To The Cloud

The digital forensic and ediscovery case of the decade could describe the litigation between Facebook and a man that claims he has a contract and emails from Harvard Student Mark Zukerberg for 50% ownership of "The Face Book" as an early-stage investor. There are more questions than answers in this case right now, among them: … Continue reading Case Leads: The Digital Forensics Case of the Decade? Digital Forensics at US Border Crossings; Serious Flaw in Enterprise Firewalls? The Feds Re-examine DFIR As Data Shifts To The Cloud


Digital Forensics Case Leads: SMS botnet has ripples into mobile forensics; New iOS forensic tool; New USB encryption tool; Record a cop, go to jail? Free RSA Expo Pass and Free Beer!

This week's case leads features a new SMS botnet attack that has ripples into mobile forensics; Guidance Software releases an iOS forensics tool; an in-depth legal analysis of a recent ruling that could encourage lawyers to sue businesses due to downstream liability, and these lawsuits could involve considerable e-discovery; SIFT wins forensic award; PLUS get … Continue reading Digital Forensics Case Leads: SMS botnet has ripples into mobile forensics; New iOS forensic tool; New USB encryption tool; Record a cop, go to jail? Free RSA Expo Pass and Free Beer!


Digital Forensics Case Leads: Industrial Controls Forensics, Cracking Crackberries, Mobile Forensics

While most technical and non-technical types focus on servers, desktop, and mobile phones/pads when thinking about security and forensics, an area of growing concern is industrial controls security. This was brought to light in the wake of the Stuxnet worm. The accusations continue to fly, via arm-chair forensics. Was it an attack on Iran? Or maybe an attack against India, since it seems Stuxnet may have knocked out a TV Satellite. Security honcho Bruce Schnier says we may never know.

What is certain is a growing concern over industrial controls security. According to a San Francisco Chronicle story that ran on this week: "... Liam O Murchu, a researcher with the computer security firm Symantec, used a

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