Forensicon Blog Interview: Attorney Jena M. Valdetero Forensicon interviews privacy and data breach response attorney, Jena Valdetero, a partner with Bryan Cave LLP, on the topic of Data Breach Preparedness. Valdetero provides further details on what organizations should do in order to be prepared for the eventual future data breach of their organization. About Jena[…Read More]
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Forensicon Tutorial and Walkthrough Extracting GPS metadata from Mac OSX Terminal Command Line using MDLS command Forensicon’s President, Lee Neubecker provides an overview of how anyone can use the Macintosh OSX terminal native command line to extract embedded metadata contained within photos or videos. The “mdls” command extracts the following fields from photos where such[…Read More]
Forensicon’s president Lee Neubecker describes factors that impact the potential for recovering deleted data. Key factors such as the size and type of media, as well as the percentage of used versus free space available on the hard drive are discussed. Other factors impacting the prospects for recovery include the level of usage of the[…Read More]
Forensicon President’s, Lee Neubecker, walks through how Forensicon was able to access the information stored on the Chicago Board of Election’s website. We have removed the video from Youtube.com at this time.
Lee Neubecker, President of Forensicon, a Chicago-based computer forensics firm, interviews an election precinct judge in Gary Indiana and discusses concerns regarding the voting equipment not printing realtime printouts to mirror the distribution of votes cast by the voter.
Employers in Illinois will be subjected to penalties starting at $200 for any employer that asks current or prospective employees to hand over their personal Facebook password for employer searches of their account information beginning January 1st, 2013. Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed the Facebook legislation into law this week. Employers are not restricted from[…Read More]