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SPEKTOR Annual Workshop 2018

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This week saw our Annual Conference cover top themes in Digital Forensics and investigations. 


A special thank you to Bedfordshire Police for talking about SPEKTOR successes in their Digital Triage vehicle and for providing a tour at lunchtime. 

​Alongside a free SPEKTOR training session and helpful tips & tricks, there was a free ISO validation tool and reference materials. Delegates witnessed an example raid on corporate offices using "Direct Analysis" which delivered results from multiple computers within a few minutes rather than hours.

Attendees had hands-on experiences with the new SPEKTOR Kiosk and SPEKTOR Ultra products. Other presentations covered automation and faster collection/analysis, encryption and plausible deniability, unlocking Filevault 2, ISO17025/17020 and more.

​If you missed it, registered users can access the content via the Evidence talks support site.

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