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Reducing Classified Spillage Incidents

This post discusses handling classified spillage incidents, where classified info is mishandled on unaccredited systems. It covers the investigative process to trace and remediate spillages and proposes a preventive measure through a centralized document review system. Key strategies include using a designated file system for easier remediation, automating document transfers to restrict access, and enhancing security protocols to minimize future risks. These steps aim to streamline classification reviews and secure sensitive data.

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Using a SAN or NAS to Store Digital Evidence

This post explores best practices for storing digital forensic evidence using SAN/NAS in forensic labs. It covers hard drive sanitization, the importance of strict administrative policies, and technical setups to prevent evidence contamination. Recommendations include using forensic LANs, Access Control Lists for data security, and handling sensitive data with care. The compatibility of SAN usage with accreditation, highlighting adherence to policies and best practices, is also discussed.

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Creating a Mobile Digital Forensics Laboratory

In the rapidly evolving field of digital forensics, the increase in digital devices at crime scenes has overwhelmed forensic labs. This blog post delves into the innovative solution of a mobile digital forensics laboratory, detailing the transformation of an ambulance into a cutting-edge, on-site analysis hub. This approach not only streamlines evidence processing but also significantly cuts operational costs and enhances investigative efficiency, offering a pioneering model for agencies worldwide.

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Understanding Peer to Peer Investigations in Child Exploitation Cases

Peer-to-Peer (P2P) technology, notably through the Gnutella network, facilitates the widespread sharing of child exploitation content. Understanding P2P’s decentralized nature is crucial for combating such crimes. The Wyoming ICAC Task Force’s identification of over 377,044 computers sharing illegal files underscores the urgency. This insight is pivotal for legal professionals and investigators targeting technology-facilitated child exploitation.

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