SANS Digital Forensics and Incident Response Blog: Tag - Cloud Computing Forensics

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: Do SSD Drives Auto Destroy Forensic Evidence? Industrial Espionage, and Cloud Computing Forensics

Solid State Drives (SSD) Forensics continue as the top story this week. Two University researchers published shocking research that indicates that the firmware in SSDs can destroy forensic evidence as part of it's everyday functionality. Details in MUST Reads (upgrading this week from "Good Reads"). Apple made big news with the launch of new tablet … Continue reading Digital Forensics Case Leads: Do SSD Drives Auto Destroy Forensic Evidence? Industrial Espionage, and Cloud Computing Forensics


RSA 2010 - Digital Forensic Analyst Notebook

The RSA Security Conference was held this week in San Francisco. The conference is jammed packed with sessions, whiteboarding events, demonstrations, and more. Here are my observations and interview sound bites. I was covering RSA San Francisco 2010 as a forensic analyst and co-host of The CyberJungle, a weekly live news and talk program on security, privacy, and the law.

Digital forensics is still the non-sexy topic at RSA Security. There were no dedicated forensics tracks for this conference. But computer forensics were mentioned now and then in session talks, although many times by the audience more than the speakers.

Smart Grid Forensics
For example, there was an industry panel on electric smart grid security standards. The panelists in this session did not have forensics on their agenda, but a member of the audience did. Gerry Brown is an independent forensics consultant.

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