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Internet of Things at Magnet User Summit 2019

INTRODUCTION During the first week of April, I had the privilege of attending the Magnet User Summit in Nashville, Tennessee. Previously held as a separate training right before or after EnFuse in Las Vegas, the Magnet User Summit is a two day conference put on by Magnet Forensics. It features talks and hands on labs […]

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Internet of Things Forensics

Introduction With more internet connected devices than people on Earth, the “Internet of Things” (IoT) is a quickly expanding field of technology. The term IoT refers to physical objects that can communicate or send and receive data over a network. These objects can include everything from a crockpot (from WEMO) and slippers (from 24eight) to […]

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