Digital Evidence, Digital Investigations and E-Disclosure: A Guide to Forensic Readiness for Organisations Security Advisers and Lawyers

Evert-Jan LAMMERS posted on 06/12/2013 in Themes

Digital Evidence, Digital Investigations and E-Disclosure: A Guide to Forensic Readiness for Organisations, Security Advisers and Lawyers.

4th ed. 2013, 150p.

The purpose of this Guide is to make directors, managers and their professional advisors aware of the issues involved in collecting, analysing and presenting digital evidence. The first third deals with the main management problems and the remainder provides detail of some of the practicalities of implementation. The overall message is the importance of having a corporate Forensic Readiness Program.

UK legal context but interesting read.

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