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What To Know About Digital Forensics
What To Know About Digital Forensics
What To Know About Digital Forensics
What To Know About Digital Forensics
What To Know About Digital Forensics
What To Know About Digital Forensics
What To Know About Digital Forensics
What To Know About Digital Forensics
What To Know About Digital Forensics
What To Know About Digital Forensics
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What To Know About Digital Forensics

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My name is David and I work with Dell. This is my presentation on Digital Forensics. Hope you enjoy!

My name is David and I work with Dell. This is my presentation on Digital Forensics. Hope you enjoy!

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  • 1. DIGITAL FORENSICS
  • 2. Why is Digital ForensicsImportant? The main goal of computer forensics is to identify, collect, preserve, and analyze data in a way that maintains the integrity of the evidence collected so it can be used effectively in a legal case. As the Digital Age evolves, digital forensics has begun to take on a larger role in investigations and court cases.
  • 3. Digital Breadcrumbs Criminals are – knowingly or not – leaving digital breadcrumbs on handheld devices like GPSs and cellular phones, laptops and desktops and removable storage
  • 4. How do law enforcementagencies gather data? On- site triage Dell offers a comprehensive computer forensics solution for law official that can store, analyze, share, archive and search devices
  • 5. Archive and Search Centralized data needs to be quickly and efficiently archived and searched. Investigators need to be able to triage on USB devices, laptops, desktops, cellular phones, GPS devices and satellite phones and more
  • 6. Storage Data needs to be stored centrally, making it more scalable, more secure and easier to manage. This can Increase productivity and efficiency for investigators.
  • 7. Analysis Centralized data needs to be processed faster. Information should available by remote users so experts from different places can help
  • 8. Presentation Centralized data should be securely accessed by remote users in real-time with the assurance that it is consistent for all of them
  • 9. Picture This
  • 10. The Path to SuccessfulDigital Forensics An integrated product that combines server and storage hardware, software and services that help investigators process and store digital forensic data while still maintaining the security and integrity of that data throughout its life cycle.

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