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How is digital evidence collected?

How is digital evidence collected? Acquiring and Collecting Digital Evidence For Digital Forensic Investigation Digital evidence can be collected from many sources. Obvious sources include computers, mobile phones, digital cameras, hard drives, CD-ROM, USB memory sticks, cloud computers, servers and so on. Non-obvious sources include RFID tags, and web pages which must be preserved as they are subject to change. Extra care must be taken to avoid any contamination or modification of the data sources which are the subject of...

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What is digital forensics?

What is digital forensics? Computer forensics otherwise known as "digital forensics" is a process of electronic discovery to acquire digital evidence, analyse facts and report on a case by examining digital devices such as computers, hard drives or any other storage media or network conducted by a suitably trained computer forensic analyst in order to investigate a claim or allegation. Computer forensics involves 4 basic steps: Acquisition and collection of data Examination Analysis Reporting The forensic investigator must be suitably...

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