Collecting remote evidence after cyber attacks

To overcome the need for investigators to travel far and wide to gather evidence from infected computers after a cyberattack, a Kaspersky Lab expert has developed a simple tool that can remotely collect vital data without risk of its contamination or loss. Named BitScout, the tool can build a swiss-army knife for the remote forensic investigation of live systems and has been made freely available for all investigators to use.









Concerns about resources gaps and effectiveness of senior management

Security BSides, the community-driven event built for and by information security community members, has published the results of its Security BSides London Attendees Survey 2017, co-ordinated by Digital Guardian. The survey collected responses from 187 full-time security industry professionals attending the London event, with a view to getting an insider’s outlook on the current cyber security climate.





















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