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Incident Response Doesn’t Need to Wait
Often the response to an information security breach is reactive, but today’s incident response hunt teams take a more
Countering Anti-Forensic Efforts
Computer forensic techniques allow investigators to collect evidence from various digital devices. But at the same time, criminals routinely make attempts to counter forensic efforts by wiping data, deleting files, faking or clearing logs, histories and
other traces of performed activities.
1,000 Year Old Homicide Unearthed in Ireland
Can You Determine Race from a Fingerprint?
Latent fingerprints have helped law enforcement identify criminals for over a century.
But now, a new study takes a closer look at
the minutiae of fingerprints and has come to
an astounding conclusion: latent prints can
provide clues to a person’s race.
7 Common Mistakes Regarding Autopsy
Forensic pathologist Judy Melinek discusses best practices
for examining autopsy reports:
“You owe it to that person—
and to your audience, and to
the public record—to get the
details of the death investigation rigorously right.”
‘Baby Doe’ Identified
The unidentified toddler
who was found dead on
a beach in Boston Harbor
in June, affectionately
named “Baby Doe” by the
public, finally has a name.
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Exhuming the Romanovs
New evidence in the 100-year-old murders of the Romanov clan might finally reunite the last Russian
royal family, and allow the Orthodox-Catholic Church to grant proper burial to their children’s remains
in a cathedral in St. Petersburg.