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Confusion over Terminology

In Cybersecurity by Ian Carnaghan0 Comments

This entry is part 5 of 6 in the series Digital Forensics

The terms risk, vulnerability and threat are often confusing and sometime interchangeable leading to a lack of understanding when presenting evidence. Risks are usually based on a probability that a threat of some kind will exploit a vulnerability or weakness in a system or network. In recent years risks have been taken more seriously with many businesses that conduct online …

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Presenting Digital Evidence

In Cybersecurity by Ian Carnaghan0 Comments

This entry is part 6 of 6 in the series Digital Forensics

Testifying and writing a report are both essential ingredients to a successful digital forensics investigation. Digital forensics personnel will potentially spend months of time working with complex data and processes. The delivery and result of this work is reflected in the forensics report and then ultimately testified in court. Cohen (2012) discussed the report as integral to the overall investigation. …

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