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Forensic Readiness planning

Forensic readiness planning refers to a set of processes required to achieve and maintain forensic readiness. It is the process of building a structure that enables an organization to deal with legal procedures, following a criminal offense. This structure equips the organization to properly deal with incidents and evidence, while covering every side of the criminal procedure. The following steps describe the key activities in Forensic readiness planning: Identify the potential evidence required for an …

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Business Needs and Requirements

Organizations need to consider various business needs and requirements before developing a threat intelligence program. They need to generate a true risk strategy looking beyond traditional data gathering. Considering these factors enables organizations to focus mainly on the most likely threats that affect them and their business practices. Organizations must ensure that all the requirements and needs of the threat intelligence program are satisfied. • Business Unit Needs The following business unit needs and requirements …

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An Overview of knowledge Acquisition

Knowledge acquisition is that the initial pro-active step within the forensic investigation method. The aim of forensic information acquisition is to extract as of knowledge gift on the victim’s fixed disk and build a forensic copy to use it as proof within the court. In some cases, information duplication is preferred rather than information acquisition to gather the information. 1st investigators can even gift the duplicated data in court.This section discusses regarding information acquisition, a …

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