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Computer Evidence: Collection and Preservation, Second Edition by Christopher L. T. Brown

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Areas of Interest

Throughout this book, computer forensics investigators have been seen as single investigators who may be involved in every stage of an investigation from bag and tag, to the lab, and finally in court testimony. Furthermore, because of the similarities, from a technical standpoint, little emphasis has been placed on the differences between criminal investigation and the civil discovery process. Certainly, computer forensics investigators may be involved in all facets of an investigation and in civil discovery as well as in criminal investigation, but as the profession grows, investigators in large organizations will specialize in one or more areas of interest. Investigators will always require training in a broad sense, but ...

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