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In the modern interconnected world it’s not simple to find where digital evidences are. They can be found on devices (both PCs and mobiles), on virtual machines, in the cloud. We’ll discuss about modern investigation techniques, OSINT, and how to correlate information from different sources to trace where the evidences could be found.
 
In the modern interconnected world it’s not simple to find where digital evidences are. They can be found on devices (both PCs and mobiles), on virtual machines, in the cloud. We’ll discuss about modern investigation techniques, OSINT, and how to correlate information from different sources to trace where the evidences could be found.

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Description In the modern interconnected world it’s not simple to find where digital evidences are. They can be found on devices (both PCs and mobiles), on virtual machines, in the cloud. We’ll discuss about modern investigation techniques, OSINT, and how to correlate information from different sources to trace where the evidences could be found.
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Type Talk
Kids session No
Keyword(s) security
Tags Forensics
Processing village Village:ItalianEmbassy, Village:ItalianEmbassy-Talks
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Language en - English
en - English
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Starts at 2017/08/04
Ends at 2017/08/04 01:00
Duration 60 minutes
Location Village:ItalianEmbassy

In the modern interconnected world it’s not simple to find where digital evidences are. They can be found on devices (both PCs and mobiles), on virtual machines, in the cloud. We’ll discuss about modern investigation techniques, OSINT, and how to correlate information from different sources to trace where the evidences could be found.