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The Law and Computer Forensics

At a basic level, computer forensics is the analysis of information and data contained within and created with computer systems and computing devices, typically in the interest of figuring out what happened, when it happened, how it happened, and who was involved in it. 726 more words

Law

Introduction to Digital Forensics - Part 1/2

There are Four main principles involved that you need to keep in mind:

  1. No action taken by law enforcement agencies or their agents should change data held on a computer or storage media, which subsequently might be relied on in court.
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Cybersecurity

A Dozen E-Discovery Strategies for Requesting and Producing Parties

Two characteristics that distinguish successful trial lawyers are preparation and strategy.

Strategy is more than simply doing what the rules require and the law allows.  Strategy requires we explore our opponent’s fears, goals and pain points … and our own.  587 more words

E-Discovery

Windows 10 Live Online Training From AccessData - A Review

From the 1st to the 3rd of November 2016, AccessData ran a live online training course to help forensic investigators understand the specific challenges presented by Windows 10, and how they can be overcome. 125 more words

Digital Forensics

From Wikileaks with Love

In the 1990’s, when I first started doing computer forensics and investigating Internet crimes as a police sergeant, it was not unusual to sometimes to use my knowledge for slightly evil v. 1,106 more words

Computer Forensics

What Is Digital Forensics’ Role In Modern Society?

What is digital forensics?  What is its role in modern society?  These are excellent questions.  Before going into the technical definition of digital forensics, it is important to remember that there is a human element to this field, as with any forensic field.  1,744 more words