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

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Summary

  • Because of the similarities from a technical standpoint, little distinction has been made between the criminal investigation and the civil discovery process.

  • Investigators always require training in a broad sense, but they may choose to seek enhanced training to develop their skills in specific areas.

  • The unique workflow and slightly differing evidentiary proceedings found in the discovery process require specific understanding and experience.

  • Analysis of digital evidence is not a single area of interest; it can include many specific areas of interest and associated skills.

  • By subscribing to forensics list servers, investigators can leverage the knowledge of thousands of individuals in the community with varying levels of expertise.

  • Now that ...

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