Three articles from students got accepted at the Digital Forensics Research Conference (DFRWS): DROP (DRone Open source Parser) Your Drone – Forensic Analysis of the DJI Phantom III Paper (Devon Clark, Christopher Meffert, Ibrahim Baggili and Frank Breitinger) Leveraging the SRTP protocol for Over-The-Network Memory Acquisition of a GE Fanuc Series 90-30 (Denton George, Filip Karpisek […]
Computer science students Samuel Perreault of Providence, R.I., Arianna Conti of Brewster, N.Y., Donald Sbabo of North Haven and Joseph Ricci of North Haven talk about the new voice recognition filing software program they created for DocuWare, a Wallingford-based document management company, as part of a senior design project. The full story can be found […]
The University of New Haven’s Tagliatela College of Engineering will offer Connecticut’s first-ever GenCyber security and forensics camp for high school students this summer, the university announced. The full story from the New Haven Register can be found here.