Computer Forensics

FIU helps local high school teachers build cybersecurity

FIU experts are training local high school teachers to develop cybersecurity lesson plans for their students.

The Cybernet Miami Academy is an FIU-led virtual, interactive program about digital forensics, which is the process of interpreting and uncovering electronic data. 

In the first phase of the academy this summer, high school teachers met with FIU electrical and computer engineering faculty and

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New Study Reveals a Majority of SMBs Lack 24/7 Security

INDIANAPOLIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Pondurance, a leader in Managed Detection and Response (MDR) services, announced today findings from a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Pondurance, which found that while 81% of small and medium sized businesses surveyed are monitored by a security operations center (SOC), most—57%—do not operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Considering

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McDonald & Associates is the Go-to Company for

Puyallup, WA – With the world today being ever technology-based and data-driven, digital forensics has never seen a higher demand, a trend that is projected to only progress. Despite this increasing popularity, there is a disconnect between the demand and supply of reliable digital forensic services. Finding a company that offers most of these services under one roof is a

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Navy Partners With GBL Systems to Research AR and Biometric

The California software specialist GBL Systems Corp. has signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the US Navy. GBL is specifically teaming up with the Port Hueneme, California Division of the Naval Surface Warfare Center, while the agreement itself will cover biometric authentication, digital forensics, and augmented reality training.

The results of the collaboration will be demoed at

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DALL-E AI art tool expands access in beta stage : NPR

DALL-E2, the AI image tool, generated these images of a giraffe shopping in a grocery store.

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When the Silicon Valley research lab OpenAI unveiled DALL-E earlier this year, it dazzled the internet.

The tool is seen as one of the most advanced artificial intelligence systems for

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Big Data, Technology and the Changing Face of Forensic

This article is an extract from TLR The International Investigations Review – Edition 12. Click here for the full guide.


I Introduction

For several years now, there has been increasing reliance on forensic accountants to use their expertise to assist in litigation matters. Forensic accounting and corporate intelligence skills have both long been essential elements of any effective financial investigation,

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Thought Leaders – Data 2022: Erick Gunawan

“Erick provided excellent practical, timely and commercial solutions on e-discovery issues” “He has strong customer engagement skills and very strong technical skills” “He has dedication to his clients and the ability to engage directly with clients”

Questions & Answers

Erick Gunawan is the head of BRG’s e-discovery and forensics practice in Asia–Pacific. He has over 18 years of experience in

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After two quiet weeks, congressional votes resume with

Here’s a look at how members of Congress voted this week.

Along with the week’s roll call votes, the House also passed the Quantum Computing Cybersecurity Preparedness Act (H.R. 7535), to encourage the migration of federal government information technology systems to quantum-resistant cryptography.

HOUSE VOTES

CARIBBEAN TIES: The House has passed a resolution (H. Res. 1168), sponsored by Del. Stacey

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