Computer Forensics Blog

The purpose of our computer forensics blog is to provide our readers with engaging articles related to the field. We hope that all of our visitors are able to learn more about all facets of computer forensics, including what it takes to start a career and what is required of those already in the field.

Computer Forensics Catches Notorious Serial Killer BTK

Dennis Rader is a serial killer who began murdering in the Wichita, KS area in 1974 and continued until 1991. Unlike most murderers, he would take a number of years between his crimes, and the last hiatus he had lasted for close to 15 years. In fact, it lasted until...

Computer Forensics in Court

One of the most important parts of being a computer forensics specialist is in the area of evidence preservation. All of the data examined needs to be analyzed and safeguarded in a secure area, and only the forensics expert should have access to the data. Otherwise, a...

Computer Forensics Catches Cheaters

The thought of a cheating spouse is enough to turn most people's stomachs. When people suspect a spouse of infidelity, the temptation to try to get into the phone and computer files on their own is overwhelming. They want to know the truth, and they don't often think...

Computer Forensics Specialists in Demand at Corporations

One of the first things that people think about when they hear the word forensics is law enforcement. Thanks to the television shows based around different types of forensics, from Bones to CSI—and even Dexter, to an extent—forensics has seemingly become synonymous...

Criminals Can’t Hide from Digital Forensics Specialists

The collection of digital artifacts taken from a computer or other device, such as a tablet, is a way in which investigators are able to find evidence of fraud, theft, and a host of other serious crimes. With digital forensics, the investigators can find hidden...

Computer Forensics Investigations Becoming More Common

In the first part of any computer forensics investigation, the investigators need to acquire the devices, such as the computers, so they will be able to conduct their investigations. They will be able to use the evidence they gather to confirm certain crimes and...

The Dark Side of Cyberspace

Some of the worst types of cybercrimes committed today are just started to hit the awareness of lawmakers, although the public has known about them since the advent of the web. Cyber stalking and cyber bullying are two crimes that can have a devastating effect on...

The Challenges of Digital Security and Forensics Today

Many people seem surprised that criminals have taken to the Internet to scam people, but it should come as no shock. People have always tried to find ways to take things that don't belong to them and to cause other people misery. It's only natural that it made its way...

Becoming a Digital Forensics Expert

The opportunities for those with a degree in computer forensics are vast. It's possible to work for the police or FBI, or to work for a private company. When a specialist has some time under his or her belt, it's even possible to freelance and become an independent...

Digital Forensics Experts Do More than Just Law Enforcement

Computer forensics specialists do more than just work in law enforcement, although most people automatically think of the police or FBI when they hear the word forensics. Quite a large number of digital forensics experts are actually working in the private sector for...

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