Computer forensics is a field of technology that uses investigative techniques to identify and store evidence from a computer device. Often, computer forensics is used to uncover evidence that could be used in a court of law.
Everything that is done in computer forensics must be repeatable and reputable in order to be presented in legal preceding's. Because of the nature of where these cases may end up, it is important to contact a professional early as to not take any steps to ensure evidence is admissible in court.
What is Computer Forensics
Common evidentiary artifacts that can be determined:
What files were deleted and possible when the files were deleted.
What applications were in use.
What files were opened.
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A forensic image (forensic copy) is a bit-by-bit, sector-by-sector direct copy of a physical storage device, including all files, folders and unallocated, free and slack space. Forensic images include not only all the files visible to the operating system but also deleted files and pieces of files left in the slack and free space.
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What Happens Next?
1. An initial consultation will be schedule
During this consolation we will discuss the background of the investigation, desired outcome, communication cadence, expectations, and deliverable.
(A copy of the evidence using forensic software) is made and the analysis will begin.
The analysis will be conducted within a scope that will be agreed upon ins phase one.
4. Deliverable is created and source evidence is returned
Upon completion of the Analysis, the final product will be delivered in a form that will be admissible within legal proceedings.