Conferences

Top digital forensics conferences in 2020 – 2021

This a list of 50+ most prominent events in digital forensics worldwide in 2020 and beyond. While some events get postponed or canceled, others move online for a safe yet engaging way to bring the community together and allow an exchange of ideas and trends between the industry’s experts. We keep this list regularly updated. Keep up to date on the digital forensic conferences and exhibitions, save the link and check this page later. The events supported by Atola Technology or our partners are marked with an asterisk (*). Last updated September 1, 2020 Upcoming digital forensics conferences 2020 – 2021 Conference Date Location Region Registration fee PFIC 2020 September 22– Read more…

Atola TaskForce

TaskForce 2020.2 release with E01 segmentation

The key feature of this release is imaging to segmented E01 files (to E01, E02, E03 and so forth). For many forensic examiners, E01 segmentation makes sense for a more convenient way of storing data. Some back up the segmented images on BluRay drives, others want to avoid repeated attempts to copy large files to their server due to network failures.  E01 segmented images When selecting E01 file as a target, you will notice a new Segment Size dropdown. Click it to switch from a single E01 file to a segmented image. The segment size can be equal to one of the popular defaults or customized by the user. Segmented Read more…

Atola TaskForce

Imaging to a file on an encrypted drive with TaskForce

With newest Atola TaskForce 2020.1 firmware, it is possible to image into files on an encrypted target drive using VeraCrypt for data encryption. Multiple target drives can be encrypted for the same or different sessions.After you have connected the source drive to a port in Source mode, take these steps: 1. Click on Image icon in the left-side taskbar 2. In Select source device panel, select the evidence drive 3. In Select target device menu, click on the tile in the File section 4. In Select image file window, click Add storage Click the link Create Image File on Target. 5. In Select device panel, choose the drive connected to Read more…