Digital forensics is the science of acquiring, retrieving, preserving and presenting data that has been processed electronically and stored on digital media. Digital forensic science is a relatively new discipline that has the potential to greatly affect specific types of investigations and prosecutions (Asian School of Cyber Laws 2006; Hall & Wilbon 2005). To be able to perform digital forensics investigation, the organization providing this service must be capable of having the capability means that helps an organization to be prepared to detect and counter cyber crime incidents in a skilled and efficient manner. Such capability is the combination of technically skilled people, policies and techniques to constitute a proactive way for handling cyber crime incidents.
- DFIR Resources
- ADFSL Guideline Model for Digital Forensic Investigation 2007
ADFSL Guideline Model for Digital Forensic Investigation 2007
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