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Thanks to the efforts of Jana Kuhlmann, Christoph Safferling and Ursula Auer, the RTG now has a professionally designed logo that can be used on posters and in presentations associated with the research project. It exists in different formats, e.g. cymk for professional printing and rbg for websites...

This bootcamp/workshop will be held physically at the University of Oxford, UK, and virtually on Monday, March 28, 2022 and is associated with the Digital Forensic Research Conference Europe (DFRWS EU), an academic conference in the area of digital forensic science which begins on March 29 and ends ...

In the summer of 2020, European law enforcement agencies managed to infiltrate the network of EncroChat, a company that provided end-to-end encrypted communication services primarily to organized crime. Professor Tobias Singelnstein will discuss this case and its legal problems in a guest talk on Ja...

Aya Fukami will kick off the talk series of GRK 2475 in the winter semester with a talk on "Technical Challenges in Modern Mobile Forensics". The talk will be held on Tuesday, November 23, 2021, 18:15 and be broadcast via Zoom. Aya is a digital forensics researcher at the Netherlands Forensic Instit...

The paper "Foundations of Ring Sampling" by Viktoria Ronge, Christoph Egger, Russell W. F. Lai, Dominique Schröder and Hoover H. F. Yin was accepted at the Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium (PETS) 2021 and will be presented at the conference between the 12th and 16th of July 2021. It highl...