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LOS ANGELES, May 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In 1911, it was fingerprints. In 1990, it was DNA.
Greg Gorbett, coordinator of the EKU Online Fire, Arson and Explosion Investigation degree program and associate professor in the Department of Fire Protection and Paramedicine Sciences at Eastern
From April 29th – May 2nd six hundred cybersecurity experts, government agents, intelligence officers, and private sector IT professionals gathered in DC to speak about cyber crimes and digital
Belkasoft announces Belkasoft Acquisition and Analysis Suite, an all-in-one toolkit to perform forensic acquisition, evidence discovery and analysis.
The industry has grown over the past five years despite significant volatility amid the recession; going forward, industry growth is forecast to accelerate along with rising government spending.
Oxygen Forensics updates its flagship mobile evidence discovery solution, Oxygen Forensic Suite 2014, greatly extending support for user communications occurring in popular social networks and
Announced During National Cyber Crime Conference, New Resources on Mobile Evidence Extraction and Analysis Provide Toolkit for U.S.
Deadbolt Forensics released a statement today commenting on the continued expansion of the digital forensic investigation industry.
Ace Technology Partners will be bringing its leading-edge custom forensic workstations to the U.S. Cyber Crime Conference in Washington, D.C.
Forensic detectives have been relying on unique fingerprints to catch criminals for more than a century, but a new report by the Home Office’s first Forensic Science Regulator said human fingerprints may not be as unique as once thought.
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