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In Issue 19  we discuss the Core skills required to work in the cyber industry and Mark Osborne takes a look at DDoS attacks using NTP.

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Digital Forensics Magazine | Investigating the digital world

Setting the Agenda for Cyber Security, Cyber Crime and Cyber Terrorism Research

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Setting the Agenda for Cyber Security, Cyber Crime and Cyber Terrorism Research
Espion kicks-off work on €1 million Pan-European R&D Project


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Nuix announce new cybersecurity appointment

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Nuix announce new cybersecurity appointment
Nuix appoints digital forensics and incident response expert Chris Pogue to its expanding team of cybersecurity specialists


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Crown Court Murder Trial Uses 360 Degree Crime Scene Photographs For First Time

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Crown Court Murder Trial Uses 360 Degree Crime Scene Photographs For First Time
Photographs From Panoramic 360 Degree Camera Used In Crown Court Murder Trial For First Time


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AccessData Named Leader of Gartner E-Discovery Magic Quadrant

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AccessData Named Leader of Gartner E-Discovery Magic Quadrant
Gartner Positions AccessData in the “Leaders” Quadrant of the E-Discovery Magic Quadrant for the Third Consecutive Year


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Coming up in the Next issue of Digital Forensics Magazine

Coming up in Issue 20 on sale from August 2014:


Big Data
Andrew Pimlott and his team at EY take a look at Big Bata risk, the creation of compliance data analytics dashboards, predictability fraud models that help predict fraud, cybercrime analytics and financial services analytics. Read More »

Programming the Wetware
Continuing on from the first part of his article Keith Scott suggests how certain aspects of human psychology and behaviour may offer ways to influence a user’s actions in the information realm. Read More »

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Dental Biometrics
Aqsa Ajaz takes a look at Dental biometrics and investigates how it is is used in forensic odontology to identify individuals based on their dental characteristics. Read More »

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