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Computer Forensics

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Digital Forensics involves the recovery of evidence from digital devices. This may be as part of a criminal or an internal investigation. If you manage IT systems, at some point you may become involved in supporting such an investigation. This talk will provide an overview the subject, including examples of evidence that can be recovered, the importance of the preservation stage during the process, and some specific examples of where mis-interpretation of the data can occur and incorrect conclusions reached.

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