The Importance of Sharing in DFIR

I read a recent blog post by Harlan Carvey called “Beyond Getting Started,” where he discussed several areas that people in the DFIR field could continue to grow, including programming and community engagement. It inspired...

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Being Forensically Curious: The Process of Discovery

In previous blogs, we’ve talked about the importance of building the skills that will help you grow your forensic expertise, including research and testing your theories, and some ideas on how to make time to...

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Making Time for Forensic Curiosity: Digital Forensic Research

We kicked off our series on the importance of being forensically curious last spring—specifically, we talked about the fact that achieving justice depends on that curiosity in a constantly evolving digital landscape. That said, the time...

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How to Maintain Your Expert Credibility on the Stand

We recently released our latest white paper, “12 Tips for Presenting Digital Evidence in Court,” to offer guidance and tips for what you need to know from before a case even begins, through acquiring, analyzing,...

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Welcome to Our Product Suite, Magnet ATLAS for Case Management

We are officially welcoming  simple, powerful case and lab management to the Magnet Forensics product suite: Magnet ATLAS . We’ve heard from customers that the cobbled together Excel spreadsheets, Word docs, document and data management...

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AXIOM Cloud Q&A with Tayfun Uzun: Part 2

In part two of our Q&A session with Magnet Forensics Product Manager Tayfun Uzun, we take a deeper look at the features and capabilities of Magnet AXIOM Cloud (announced as part of Magnet AXIOM 1.2...

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