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TICSA TruSecure™ ICSA Certified Security Associate Exam TU0-001 by Shawn Porter, Debra Littlejohn Shinder, Mike Chapple

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Basics of Computer Investigation and Forensics

  • Identify, specify, or describe computer and network ethical, legal, and privacy issues.

    • Describe the basic process of a computer crime investigation.

The term forensic is an adjective that relates to the use of scientific methods to solve crimes (or more broadly, to decide questions in civil or criminal litigation). Forensic medicine, forensic accounting, and so on thus describe the use of medical or accounting skills to provide evidence for a court case. Computer forensics refers to the use of investigative tools and procedures to collect, preserve, identify, and document evidence pertaining to a criminal offense (or civil lawsuit) that is stored in the form of electronic data.

Computer forensics ...

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