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Practical Cyber Forensics: An Incident-Based Approach to Forensic Investigations by Niranjan Reddy

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© Niranjan Reddy 2019
Niranjan ReddyPractical Cyber Forensicshttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-4460-9_15

15. Investigative Reports and Legal Acceptance

Niranjan Reddy1 
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Pune, Maharashtra, India
 

The final output of any investigation, whether successful or not, is a report; and this can be the straw that breaks the camel’s back. Tell a techie to write a report, and you will (usually) see sweat break out or a nervous twitch; ask a law enforcement officer, and you will observe a certain amount of dislike for the work assigned.

Normally one considers the conclusion of an investigation to be the point where the objective has been achieved – criminal is arrested, crime is solved, security is enabled, VAPT done, security certification or audit has been ...

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