25.4 – Digital Forensics Lifecycle

25.4 – Digital Forensics Lifecycle
Digital Forensic lifecycle Digital forensics was developed in response to the rise of crimes committed by the use of computer systems either as a purpose of crime and device used to commit a crime or a depository of proof associated with a crime. Digital forensics can be traced back to as early as 1984 when the law enforcement agencies and FBI laboratory initiated rising programs to observe computer evidence. Research groups such as Computer Analysis Response Team (CART), and the Technical Working Group on Digital Evidence (TWGDE), the Scientific Working Group on Digital Evidence (SWGDE), and the National Institute of…
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