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Email Forensics – Definition and Guideline

Email forensics refers to analyzing the source and content of emails as evidence, though the actual investigation of email-related crimes and incidents involves various approaches.

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Cookie File Forensics: Types and Directives Explained

Cookie File Forensics is one of the specific subjects of investigating whether a suspect is involved in illegal activities that have to do with cybercrime.

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SQL Server Transaction Logs: What Law Enforcement Investigators Need to Know

Knowing the basics of SQL server transaction logs is paramount to leading a successful forensics database investigation.

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What is eDiscovery?

Taling about eDiscovery, you can think of it as a way to research the matter at hand. At the same time, it’s also a structured process that allows legal professionals to make quick yet procedurally correct decisions.

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What is Facial Recognition in Video Forensics?

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.

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10 Cyber Threats and Security Risks to Avoid

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.

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What Does It Take to Become a Digital Forensics Analyst?

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.

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18 Areas of Computer Forensics Services in a Nutshell

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.

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DFIR Essentials: An Introduction to Cyber Security Incident Response

DFIR (Digital forensics and incident) is a mix of cyber security and computer forensics term to investigate what happened during the incident.

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What is Database Forensics?

In recent years, database forensics has begun applied widely among countries in their law enforcement, military, and intelligence.

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