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As the digital world we knew continues to endlessly evolve, we must continue to adapt how we conduct cyber investigations. Find out more about Social Media and Faux News Forensics from some fascinating speakers at our event on 11 October.
Social Media & Faux News Forensics Social Media & Faux News Forensics

Wednesday 11th October 2017 13:00 – 18:30, Lord Ashcroft Building (LAB003), Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. Hosted by the Cyber Security & Networking Research Group, Anglia Ruskin University, British Computer Society (BCS) DevSecOps & Cybercrime Forensics Special Internet Group’s and OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) Cambridge Chapter As the digital world we knew continues to endlessly evolve, we must continue to adapt how we conduct cyber investigations. Evidence sources continue to grow rapidly. If we fail to keep up, the collection and validation of evidence during a cyber investigation will become a much more fraught task. For those investigators with a thorough understanding of how to leverage improvements in technology combined with the growing wealth of information available online, the evidence extracted during a digital forensic investigation ultimately created a more solid case. Speakers: - Dr Char Sample – Data Infidelity and Fake News: Software Security’s Soft Underbelly? - Dennis Ivory and Dr Diane Gan - Your Personal Information Stolen In Under 2 Minutes - Stuart Clarke – Nuix - Relationship Centric Data Analysis using Social Media and Other Forensic Sources - Dr. Ali Dehghantanha - Digital Forensics in Social Internet of Things: Opportunities and Challenges Find out more: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bcs-devsecopscybercrime-forensics-owasp-cambridge-social-media-faux-news-forensics-conference-tickets-37915130175?ref=estw