Monday 19 October 2015

HTCC Briefing 2 issues of interest

HTCC  Update 2 19/10/2015
The newsletter will aim to brief on issues relating to Digital Forensics and collaboration as well as news about the HTCC  In the news recently
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CHARLESTON, S.C. (NNS) -- Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SSC) Atlantic's Cyber Forensics Criminal Investigations (CFIX) Laboratory became the first in the Navy to earn the prestigious cyber forensics award
AccessData Group, a provider of integrated digital forensics and e-Discovery software solutions, today announced the simultaneous launches of Summation 6.0 and FTK 6.0, powered by a forensically secure database and enhanced interoperability between both products
Mexico City, Mexico (14 October 2015) Is the Internet of Things safe? A new survey from global cybersecurity association ISACA suggests a major confidence gap about the security of connected devices between the average consumer and cybersecurity and information technology professionals.
It's getting more expensive to protect against cybersecurity risks. In response to increased hacking of U.S. companies, insurance firms are raising cyber premiums and limiting coverage, according to a recent report by Reuters. Many cyber insurance policies cover the cost of digital forensics, credit management, and litigation expenses.
November 2015 digital forensics training event features Forensic Explorer instructor led training, Oxygen Forensics instructor led training, three certification exams, and a voucher for the CyberSecurity Forensic Analyst (CSFA) three-day certification exam; voted one of the best digital forensic certifications to have for 2015 and 2016

To truly secure Prime Minister's Modi's Digital India project and "Make in India" initiative, enterprises must maximize connectivity, but minimize cybersecurity risks, given growing cyber-threats and fraud.

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