Artificial Intelligence for Next Generation Law Enforcement

Introduction  Prior to attending this conference, I was still a student concerned about facing the professional world. Despite the reputation digital forensics holds in the technology industry. There were a number of questions regarding the social responsibility and experience that comes along with my education. How could I incorporate the knowledge I obtain from college […]

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Threat Hunting & Triage in IR/SOC Operations

Introduction This past May, I had the opportunity to attend OpenText’s Enfuse Conference 2018. Where one of the sessions I attended was “Threat Hunting and Triage in IR/SOC Operations”. This is my third year attending the conference and I couldn’t be more grateful for the experiences! The Enfuse Conference never ceases to amaze me. Its bring […]

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Beyond Digital Forensics

Introduction When I first found out I was going to attend OpenText Enfuse 2018, I wondered how my major and minor would fit into the conference. I’m a computer information technology major and have a minor in cybersecurity. I was going to a conference marketed towards digital forensics. I assumed I would have a hard […]

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Windows Fall Creator Final Update

Introduction The Windows Fall Creator team has concluded their research and have finalized their project. In the past two weeks, they have been working on writing their final report about Windows 10’s newest feature: Pick Up Where I Left Off, or PWILO. They are happy to announce that they have finished their report and are […]

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Parent IoT Final Update

Introduction After many tests on each device, we have reached our conclusions. We’ve discovered which devices are the easiest to use, the best when it comes to security, and the devices you should put in your home. We put each device through the tests we explained in previous blog posts, and you can read them here. […]

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Bluetooth Tracking Final Update

Introduction In the final phase of this project, we have achieved a mostly functional Bluetooth tracking ecosystem. Our team worked through a lot of issues during testing in the past month. We dealt with inconsistencies that hindered data collection. We also had issues with implementing the elasticsearch python library. We’ve spent time troubleshooting these problems, […]

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Exploration Forensics Final Update

Introduction As the Exploration Forensics team wraps up our last few weeks at the LCDI, we have been making progress in analyzing the mobile application files. We’ve also concluded our research on the Ovilus V for the time being, even though it did not meet our original expectations. Despite unexpected hurdles throughout the semester, the […]

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