Forensic Store is Hard at Work for the Army

Army Companion Kits

We are very busy at the Forensic Store this week. The Army contacted us requesting 10 Cell Phone Companion Kits: 5 D.A.R.T. and 5 Kasemanager (HTCI's Military Data Analysis tool) Bags. In theater, it is imperative that examiners have the right tools on hand, without carrying bulky or heavy equipment. These kits contain everything a Mobile Forensic Examiner needs both in the field and in the lab, … [Read more...]

Taking Down Child Prostitution Rings


DFI News featured an amazing article on Monday detailing the rescue of 105 underage prostitutes, ranging in age from 13-17, during a 76 city-sweep over 3 days. During this operation, law enforcement arrested 150 pimps and saved countless other minors from a future of prostitution. This effort was part of a decade long project by the FBI, resulting in the rescue of “2,700 children since 2003. … [Read more...]

Using Isolation Bags to Keep Your Car Safe


  Back in November, we talked about how Isolation Bags worked with a little help from our friends at Top Gear Basically, a Faraday or Isolation bag stops radio waves from reaching whatever is inside. For law enforcement, these bags are integral in mobile device seizures because they maintain the integrity of the device. Without these bags, … [Read more...]

It’s Been a Big April


Instead of diving into a new news or informational topic this week, I thought I’d take a few minutes and tell you about all of the new things happening at The Forensic Store. We have new re-sellers, new success stories, AND new bundle deals to tell you about. The Forensic Store is now able to offer investigators a larger selection of mobile analysis tools. We welcomed both Oxygen Forensics … [Read more...]

The Boston Marathon: How Smartphones are Changing Investigations


In the days following Monday’s Boston Marathon bombing, the world has witnessed how technology has changed the investigation process.  The goals remain the same: find the person(s) responsible and bring justice to the 3 people who lost their lives and the 144 who were injured. The scene was likened to a war zone and the injuries to those caused by IEDs. So how do authorities find and prosecute … [Read more...]

Top 10 Cybersecurity Challenges for 2013

Communications connectivity

In 2013, Cybersecurity has become a top global priority. According to the White House, the “cyber threat is one of the most serious economic and national security challenges we face as a nation” and “America's economic prosperity in the 21st century will depend on cybersecurity.” As individuals, world businesses, and governments move towards mobile technology, social media, and Cloud based … [Read more...]

Digital Forensics Software and its Role in Fighting Human Trafficking

There are an estimated 27 million men, women and children in forced labor, bonded labor, and forced prostitution around the world, according to the U.S. Department of State in its 2011 Trafficking in Persons Report.

The Forensics Store is working hard to stop human trafficking with our feature rich software, the Data Analysis Reporting Tool (D.A.R.T). Human trafficking takes a personal and psychological toll on society. It also facilitates the illegal movement of immigrants across borders and provides a ready source of income for organized crime groups and even terrorists. Considered to be modern-day slavery, … [Read more...]

NFSTC’s CSI Night 2013: VIP Event Highlighted Forensic Technology

Explaining our EDAS FOX system abilities

On Wednesday, February 27, National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC) hosted CSI Night 2013, bringing together business and technology leaders, law enforcement, and military personnel from around Tampa Bay. Guests at this invitation only event at the Largo facilities got a behind-the-scenes look at technology advancements impacting today’s forensic science industry. A Technology … [Read more...]