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Learning Network Forensics by Samir Datt

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Future of network forensics

While it is difficult to predict the future, some trends are self-evident. Let's take a look at them.

Organizations are moving to higher speed and bandwidth networks. More and more data is traveling over the networks and to and from a variety of devices.

IPv6 is here to stay! It brings along a proliferation of Internet-connected devices, right from your toaster, TV, refrigerator, photocopier, and coffee machine to your security and alarm system. This is known as the Internet of Things or IoT for short.

It does not require much crystal ball gazing to determine the trends of things to come in the network forensics domain. As a large number of devices get networked, there is going to be larger roles for Network Forensic 007s. ...

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