Fujifilm’s Flagship Camera Is Now Also a Forensics Tool

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Fujifilm announced the launch of its updated GFX100 large format mirrorless digital camera on Wednesday, which now comes equipped with infrared image-making capabilities that could be used in forensic, scientific, and cultural preservation capacities.

Through its new Pixel Shift Multi-Shot function, the GFX100 IR can now be used to “reveal intricate details within a subject or scene that can only normally be seen through the infrared spectrum.”

The IR comes equipped with filters in front of the camera lens that allow its users to make pictures at a variety of different light wavelengths (with the option of still using the camera normally to take pictures of colors along the visible spectrum).

The added features will be “invaluable for cultural research,” Fujifilm said in a statement, because “reviewing images of a subject in infrared could ultimately lead to potentially unlocking untold secrets from

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Cado Security Raises $1.5M in Seed Funding for First Cloud-Native Forensics and Response Platform

Cado Security Founders

James Campbell CEO and Co-Founder (Left) - Chris Doman CTO and Co-Founder (Right)
James Campbell CEO and Co-Founder (Left) – Chris Doman CTO and Co-Founder (Right)
James Campbell CEO and Co-Founder (Left) – Chris Doman CTO and Co-Founder (Right)

LONDON, England, Nov. 05, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cado Security (cadosecurity.com), provider of the world’s first cloud-native cyber forensics and response platform Cado Response, today announced the close of a $1.5 million seed round led by Ten Eleven Ventures, the original Silicon Valley-based cybersecurity venture capital firm. Cado Security will use the funding to expand its development team in the United Kingdom.

Traditional tools used to investigate cyber-attacks cannot assess potential impacts on cloud or container infrastructure. To accurately determine impact, companies have historically needed extensive time and a substantial budget to spend on third-party resources with cloud expertise. Regulatory requirements now mandate that companies move even quicker and more thoroughly in the aftermath of an incident. Companies are hard-pressed to

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