Bridging the Gap in Cybercrime Fighting: Insights from Jim Emerson

In a world where technology evolves at a breakneck pace, the landscape of white-collar crime has transformed, demanding innovative approaches in combatting cybercrime and enhancing digital forensics...

Federal Agents in the Digital Maze: Navigating Cybercrime

In the ever-expanding digital landscape, cybercrime has become a global threat, leaving a trail of intricate digital footprints across borders and jurisdictions. For federal agents, unraveling these..

Safeguarding Kids Online: Meet Clayton - Cranford Cyber Safety Cop

In today's digital age, where technology is an integral part of our children's lives, ensuring their safety in the virtual world is paramount. ADF Solutions is at the forefront of this mission,..

Combating Human Trafficking with Traverse Project and Austin Shamlin

Embark on a compelling journey with Austin Shamlin, the visionary founder of the Traverse Project, as he shares his personal connection to the fight against human trafficking. In Austin's candid..

Investigating Chromebooks to Speed Your Digital Investigations

ADF Solutions has opened the door to exploring Chromebooks in mobile forensics. With our initial version, you can conduct logical acquisitions, screencasts, and even record specific applications...

The Importance of Preservation Letters in Criminal Investigations

An important aspect of criminal investigations is maintaining a solid chain of custody and legal complaints when gathering digital evidence. A preservation letter, or a preservation demand or..

Backlog to Breakthrough: Maximizing the Potential of Digital Forensics

In today's digital age, the volume of digital evidence is growing exponentially, leading to backlogs in many forensic labs and investigative agencies.

What is ESI? Learn about Electronically Stored Information

Electronically stored information (ESI) is any data stored or transmitted electronically, including emails, documents, images, video, audio, messages, and other files.

Uncovering Hidden Evidence: A Brief Guide to E-Discovery

Electronic discovery or e-discovery is identifying, collecting, and exchanging electronically stored information (ESI) for a legal case or an investigation [1].

How Law Enforcement Can Boost Efficiency in Forensic Backlogs

Forensic backlog refers to the accumulation of unprocessed forensic evidence that has yet to be analyzed.

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