What do the words SIM, IMSI, ICC-ID, ESN and IMEI mean and what are they? I unfortunately have faced very often situations where people don't still know what those acronyms represent. The huge commercial diffusion of the mobile phones among the common people, especially among the new generations, impose at least to have an idea…
As a follow-up to my previous research on Windows 10 Forensic Artefactshttp://www.slideshare.net/bsmuir/windows... Windows 10 Forensics: OS Evidentiary Artefacts Windows 10 Forensics: OS Evidentiary Artefacts Windows 10 Forensics: OS Evidentiary Artefacts OS and application forensic artefacts related to Windows 10. Read more Read more
Databases. You have them; attackers want them. It's where all the good stuff sits. Let's make sure we're defending them the best we can!
In this talk, we're going to introduce and/or improve database forensics in your incident response workflow. Only; we're not going to touch the database. Through analysis of various artifacts, we're going to show you how to build a timeline of attacker activity and discover what may have happened to your data while it was exposed. We're also going to release new research that can be used immediately to include database forensics in your next case.
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