Sunday, 11 October 2015

HTCC Briefing 001




This is a briefing posted for the High Tech Crime Consortium
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HTCC Newsletter Update
The newsletter will aim to brief members on issues relating to Digital Forensics and collaboration as well as news about the HTCC  In the news recently

New York University Cyber Security Awareness Week (NYU CSAW) organizers re-engineer the High School Forensics Challenge to introduce thousands of young investigators to the field of information security. NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering in Brooklyn for the 12th annual NYU CSAW November 12-14, 2015

Most managers have to deal with the unpleasant task of letting someone go at some point, and whether or not the employee expects the termination, a small chance of violence or retaliation exists. With that in mind, we collated a list of ways bosses can make sure former workers don't come back to bite them

CCL Group Ltd open its new building expanding its operations and training academy for digital forensics (Registration)

DriveSavers, the worldwide leader in data recovery, eDiscovery and digital forensic services, today celebrates 30 years of rescuing data from physically damaged, mechanically failed, virus-infected storage devices and corrupt data files.

According to the HIMSS Senior Director of Research, phishing is “the number one thing that keeps CISOs up at night” among healthcare organizations, and yet, many fail to prepare staff with realistic exercises. Global Digital Forensics can help organizations increase social engineering awareness across the board with controlled phishing campaigns which help drive security awareness home across the board.

The manufacturing of fake credentials has been an issue for years; however, after a two-year investigation, Kessler International has determined that items such as passports, driver's licenses and police badges are more attainable than ever. These items are manufactured and sold by counterfeiting operations around the globe, and with the constant expansion of the Internet, new generations of cyber criminals are thriving

Good news and bad news from the security industry. Bad news first: there’s a booming population of stealth cyber attackers, who can invade your IT infrastructure without leaving a trace. The good news: there’s a massive shortage of people who can deal with this.

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