The rise of antiforensics

Friday, 13 July 2007, 12:00 AM EST

Forensic investigations start at the end. Think of it: You wouldnít start using science and technology to establish facts (thatís the dictionary definition of forensics) unless you had some reason to establish facts in the first place. But by that time, the crime has already happened. So while requisite, forensics is ultimately unrewarding.

A clear illustration of this fact comes from the field investigations manager for a major credit services company. Sometime last year, he noticed a clutch of fraudulent purchases on cards that all traced back to the same aquarium. He learned quite a bit through forensics.

At WhiteHat Security.

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