Oxygen Forensics Offers FREE Remote Training During COVID-19 Crisis

The COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped our world almost overnight—upending daily routines and disrupting much of the global economy. Unfortunately, crime never takes a day off, not even during times of crisis. Ongoing digital forensics investigations have lost none of their urgency, and investigators still need resources that will enable them to use their tools to …

Using Digital Forensics to Safeguard Company Data against Foreign Intrusions

There’s no question that the world of business is more globalized than ever before. Whether you’re looking at the largest enterprises or the smallest start-ups, it’s vanishingly rare to encounter a modern company that doesn’t engage in some form of international trade. But no matter how easy it is to communicate with a colleague or …

10 Analytical Features Available in Oxygen Forensic Detective

Modern devices store gigabytes of data that when extracted cannot be analyzed manually. So investigators need tools that will allow them to quickly process and analyze acquired evidence. We, at Oxygen Forensics, were the first in the mobile forensics market to realize this essential requirement and incorporate data analytics into our software. Ten years ago …

10 Quick Facts About Oxygen Forensic Cloud Extractor

In October 2014, Oxygen Forensics changed the DFIR landscape by bringing the first Cloud extraction tool to the forensic industry. This innovative, and included utility, was available within the powerful Oxygen Forensic® Detective software and allowed acquisition of data from Google, iCloud, and Microsoft cloud services, as well as Box, Dropbox and Bitcasa. Since then, …

Jonathan Langton Case Study

Overview Jonathan Langton, Manager, Forensic Technology & Consulting, TransPerfect Legal Solutions Jonathan (Jon) Langton is an extraordinarily accomplished academic and law enforcement professional with extensive experience in digital forensics. He began his law enforcement career in 2011 with the Lehigh County Computer Crimes Task Force in Center Valley, Pennsylvania, where he quickly rose to the …