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Training the digital rights defenders the world needs now

It has been both a pleasure and a challenge for us at the Security Lab to translate practical experience and learning on digital forensics into a succinct curriculum. As the spyware crisis becomes more acute, training human rights defenders to do digital forensics is critically important for the...

Fellowship: APKQF – Simplifying Android Forensics

This blog post was written as part of the Digital Forensics Fellowship by one of the 2022-2023 Fellows.  About me: My name is Paul Aguilar, I was born in Mexico, I’m a Computer Engineer by profession, and passionate about technology and free culture by choice. I am currently Coordinator...

Fellowship: APKQF – Simplificar el análisis forense de Android

Esta entrada de blog fue escrita en el marco de la “Digital Forensics Fellowship” por uno de los becarios 2022-2023.  Acerca de mí: Mi nombre es Paul Aguilar, mexicano de nacimiento, Ingeniero en Computación de profesión y apasionado de la tecnología y la cultura libre por...

Fellowship: MVT-Companion – making forensics more accessible

This blog post was written as part of the Digital Forensics Fellowship by one of the 2022-2023 Fellows.  The forensic analysis of smartphones was one of the critical pieces of evidence in The Pegasus Project. Traces left by Pegasus spyware on the phones infected with it allowed the survivors...

Amnesty Tech launches Digital Forensics Fellowship

Amnesty Tech are thrilled to announce the launch of the Digital Forensics Fellowship, led by our Security Lab. This innovative Fellowship is an opportunity for human rights defenders working at the nexus of human rights and technology to expand their learning on digital forensics and to work...