All the Action from Magnet User Summit 2023 

We couldn’t wait to head back to Music City (Nashville, Tennessee) to catch up with friends old and new and talk about all things Magnet Forensics and DFIR for Magnet User Summit 2023!  We had a fantastic series of activities lined up for attendees, including sessions from DFIR Industry experts and opportunities to learn more … Continued

What is MRU (Most Recently Used)?

MRU artifacts, or Most Recently Used are a variety of artifacts tracked by modern Windows operating systems that provide crucial details regarding the user’s interaction with files, folders, and programs that may have been executed using the Windows Run utility. This is fortunate for examiners, because profiling user activity is something digital forensic examiners are often tasked with to corroborate what we believe happened on a computer. It is a method for supporting our theory of the user’s behavior on a system.

DFIR: What is Digital Forensics and Incident Response?

Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR), is often used to speak about both the digital forensics and incident response fields—related but separate areas. Let’s delve into what both digital forensics and incident response are and why they are often grouped together.

Digital Evidence Processing: Parsing-Only Processing and Post-Process Carving

Processing evidence sources that contain terabytes of data and hundreds of thousands of artifacts is now a common and sometimes time-consuming process. Magnet AXIOM and Magnet AXIOM Cyber offer you more control over evidence processing by offering the option to process evidence with parsing-only and post-process carving—allowing you to apply the appropriate collection method for the investigation at hand.

The Expanding Case for Early Case Assessment With Rapid Triage Tools

How can we possibly keep up against cybersecurity threats? The instances of cybersecurity threats targeting businesses continue to grow at an alarming rate—with cyberattack attempts on corporate networks increasing by 50% per week compared to last year. Not to mention the evolution in the complexity and sophistication of these threats.