Our customer base is primarily in the Data Recovery, Data Security, Digital Forensics, Electronic Discovery and Spy Agency industries. When threatened by Hackers, Ransomware and Data Loss, what one technology is the ultimate solution to prevent the need for Data
Unstructured Data sounds like files that store disorganized data or simple text, but I see it as more of a classification term than the description of a file’s lack of internal data structures. Some examples, provided in an article by
What Is Dark Data?
What does Dark Data mean? We use this term on our website, as if it is obvious. In the most basic terms, Dark Data is information that is difficult to find. So, in effect it is sitting in the dark.
Killer App: Data Wisdom
What is a Killer App. (aka Killer Application)? Wikipedia says it’s software that is so necessary, or desirable, that it drives sales of the software/hardware necessary to run it. Investopedia defines it as “a buzzword that describes a software application that
Simple Techniques That Fool Forensic Tools
If you were a criminal and wanted to hide computer evidence, how difficult could it be? Actually, you don’t even have to be a criminal, maybe you just want to hide something from a family member or your employer. Your
Data Classification and the MER Conference
Data Classification seems to mean different things to different people. In our File Investigator products, we classify each file by Platform it is typically found on (ex: Macintosh, MS Windows, Linux, …) Storage method(s) used (ex: Archive, Digital Audio, Vector,
eDiscovery vs Computer Forensics
Aren’t Electronic Discovery and Computer Forensics the same thing? Some people would say that they are, but many practitioners strongly disagree. Here are some definitions that I found for Electronic Discovery: Gartner said that “E-discovery is the production and presentation of