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Big Data Forensics – Learning Hadoop Investigations by Joe Sremack

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Chapter 8. Presenting Forensic Findings

The final phase of an investigation is to present the findings to those who will evaluate and rule on the outcome of the investigation. This process is crucial to the success of the investigation because any actions taken regarding the issue depend on the clarity, completeness, and accuracy of the findings. The investigator will most likely present the findings to a non-technical audience, but that audience may also seek input from other forensic experts. This means the findings should be presented in a clear and understandable manner that is accessible to a non-technical audience, and technical details should be provided with the findings for a technical expert who may evaluate the findings.

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