Introduction to Cyber Security•What is Cyber Security? •Risks with Cyber Security such as Viruses and Malware.Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies•What is Blockchain?•What are the Security Impacts of Blockchain?•What are Cryptocurrencies?•Recommendations on protecting your CryptocurrenciesRead More
As the capacity of USB storage devices continues to increase and the price decreases, USB forensics will often play an important part in many forensic investigations. Add to the mix a range of mobile devices such as smart phones, tablets, digital cameras and the ease of connectivity means that there are a lot of USB artifacts to be found if we know where to look. For example in Windows 7, the Microsoft-Windows-DriverFrameworks-UserMode%4Operational.evtx log file contains useful information such as time stamps for the connection and disconnection of USB removable drives.Read More
Many people around the world have been following the trial of Oscar Pistorius who is accused of murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. Digital evidence extracted from the girlfriend’s mobile phone has provided intimate insights into the couple’s volatile relationship.Read More
Turning to the Dark Side – The Dangers of Using Mobile Devices for Business With the introduction of the iPad in 2010, the tablet quickly emerged as one of the fastest selling devices in history. Tablets have achieved a level of adoption in 3 years that took smartphones nearly 10 years to achieve. In 2013, the adoption of smartphones in the US surged to 64 % according to the latest Nielsen survey.Read More
When people hear the phrase “computer forensics”, they often think of the television program “CSI” and police criminal investigations. However computer forensics, or digital forensics as it is now commonly called, is an invaluable tool used in a wide range of investigations including contractual disputes between companies, employee misuse of computers, intellectual property investigations, computer hacking investigations and libel cases.Read More
The Automotive Focus Group (AFG) invited Orion Investigations to address the group on the subject of employee fraud. This turned out to be one of the most interesting lectures held this year.
The presentation was an informative introduction to employee fraud based on the hands-on experience of the three commercial investigation practitioners, Steve Morrissey, Andrew Smith and Peter Holmshaw. It was also interesting that Orion Investigations had gone from five employees 10 years ago, to 92 today.
Introduction Computer forensics or digital forensics as it is now commonly called, is still in its infancy in Thailand but that is about to change. For the past two years I have regularly searched on the keywords “computer forensics Thailand.Read More