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Practical Digital Forensics by Richard Boddington

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Empowering non-specialist law enforcement personnel and other stakeholders to become more effective first respondents at digital crime scenes

As mentioned in Chapter 4, Recovering and Preserving Digital Evidence, well-intentioned action by a network administrator, information manager, or first respondent law enforcement officer, who are trying to determine whether a transgression has occurred and are attempting to preserve evidence, can amount to unintentional evidence tampering if they do not have some form of forensic experience and the right tools. Considering the heavy caseload of law enforcement agencies and digital forensic practitioners and the high cost of using their services, it seems long overdue that some form of basic training and ...

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