Computer Forensic & Cell Phone Forensic Field Training
On March 30th, 2015 Decipher Forensics provided a full day of Law Enforcement training to regional law enforcement. 27 officers, deputies and detectives from multiple agencies in Utah and Wyoming participated in the training event.
Always inspect the permissions on the apps that you download. Read the full article on KSL.com.
It is no secret that the NSA has been under an amplified amount of scrutiny in recent months. In fact I am writing this rather late as a matter of breaking news.They have Edward Snowden to thank for all the publicity, as well as the recent difference in ruling between two judges.
“The decision, from Judge William H. Pauley III in New York, could not have been more different from one issued on Dec. 16 by Judge Richard J. Leon in Washington, who ruled that the program was “almost Orwellian” […]
Mobile Forensics is something that if you don’t know what it is, you should, and hopefully will after reading this article.
Mobile Forensics is the practice of acquiring data from a mobile device and analyzing the data in a forensic manner.
First, what is stored on a mobile phone? What are some of the things that can be found? Think about your own phone. All of your contacts, text messages, emails, browsing history, banking information, pictures, videos, social media, shopping […]
I was recently having a conversation with my business partner Mike and an attorney. When the attorney asked us the types of cases we normally work on, the first thought I had was that we have yet to experience a “normal” case. His question sparked the idea to let our past, current and potential clients know on a more regular basis the types of cases that come to us each quarter. I will of course be vague and always leave out names and locations, but wanted to give an idea of cases that are […]
SNAPCHAT UNVEILED: AN EXAMINATION OF SNAPCHAT ON ANDROID DEVICES
Snapchat is a mobile application that is available on iOS and Android mobile devices. The application allows the user to share pictures and videos with other users, and allows the sender to set a specific time limit from one to ten seconds that the receiver can view the message. The receiver of the message has that long to view the message, then the message “disappears […]
Safety Tips for Children
There are some simple things that you can inform you children of to help keep them safe while they are surfing the internet.
-Never give out personal information, not even your name.
-Always use a handle or alias for online use.
-Never communicate with someone who has made you feel uncomfortable or scared.
-Never meet someone in person that you met online.
-Remember that people aren’t always who they say they are.