Working with video evidence comes with its own set of challenges and Knowing how to navigate these difficult waters can mean the difference between being able to solve a case or letting the guilty go free.
Although an improvised digital forensic lab may seem like a good idea at the start, it has so many hidden caveats and pitfalls that are probably not worth the hassle.
The challenge of video enhancement is achieving the maximum degree of clarity and visibility while preserving its integrity.
A substantial portion of database security comes down to you, your knowledge, and your willingness to implement the cyber security defenses necessary to keep malicious actors at bay.
Facial recognition in video forensics is the kind of technology that allows for identifying a human face by analyzing the facial features and comparing the virtual imaging against a database of photos to find a match.
When it comes to database attacks, hackers and would-be criminals often resort to a wide array of techniques, which is the database forensics cares for.
Hackers never sleep and there are more Cyber Threats and Security Risks out there than you can count. It’s up to you to study them and mount a defense against them.
Even after graduating, learning never stops. The more time you’ll spend working as a digital forensics analyst, the more experience you’ll have to take on increasingly complex tasks with confidence.
If any particular detail regarding the handling of digital evidence is omitted, its quality may come under question, and the court may rule it out as inadmissible.
Computer forensics services encompass a wide range of areas, including the ones not typically associated with the field of digital forensics in the traditional sense of the word.
Stay tuned with Information Security to help you remain the reputation of your organization when cyber-attacks are encountered.
When a (digital) disaster strikes, you’d better have a DFIR plan. Otherwise, It would only contributes to the overall damage to your organization.