Anti-forensics is a set of precautionary measures a user can perform in order to hide traces of his activity, making investigations on digital media more complicated and time-consuming, and potentially rendering evidence of illegal activities difficult or impossible to obtain. Detecting anti-forensic techniques in use is not always easy and not always possible, as destroying certain types of evidence may leave no traces anywhere in the system. However, since average users have little to average hi-tech knowledge, anti-forensic attempts they perform may be generally ineffective or obviously visible to the expert.

During this webinar we will consider a number of anti-forensic efforts, such as:

  • Moving or renaming files
  • Deleting evidence or using privacy protection and disk cleaning tools
  • Destroying evidence by formatting, sanitizing or wiping
  • Data encryption
  • Anti-debugging protection

The webinar will take place on December 2.

Two time slots are available to suit most timezones around the globe:
1. 10am CET (Berlin) / 5pm (Singapore) / 8pm (Sydney)
2. 9am PST (Los Angeles) / 12pm EST (New York) / 2pm (Rio de Janeiro)

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