By David Lilburn Watson, Andrew Jones
This is the 1st electronic forensics booklet that covers the whole lifecycle of electronic proof and the chain of custody. This finished instruction manual contains foreign approaches, most sensible practices, compliance, and a better half site with downloadable types. Written via world-renowned electronic forensics specialists, this booklet is a needs to for any electronic forensics lab. It presents someone who handles electronic proof with a advisor to right technique in the course of the chain of custody--from incident reaction via research within the lab.
- A step by step consultant to designing, development and utilizing a electronic forensics lab
- A finished advisor for all roles in a electronic forensics laboratory
- Based on foreign criteria and certifications
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Extra resources for Digital Forensics Processing and Procedures: Meeting the Requirements of ISO 17020, ISO 17025, ISO 27001 and Best Practice Requirements
Inspection of numerous sources gives differing definitions of 舠Digital (or Computer) Forensics,舡 depending on the organization and its jurisdiction. They all contain some or all of the elements mentioned above (explicitly defined or implied). The Forensic Laboratory uses the following definition: The use of scientifically derived, proved, and repeatable methods for: 舦Špreserving the evidence; 舦Šidentifying the evidence; 舦Šextracting the evidence; 舦Šdocumenting the evidence recovered and how it was recovered; 舦Šinterpreting the evidence; 舦Špresenting the evidence.
For example, in the Forensic Laboratory just a few of the standards that are relevant include the following: 舦ŠISO 9000舒Quality Management systems series; 舦ŠISO 14000舒Environmental Management systems series; 舦ŠOHSAS 18000舒Occupational Health and Safety series; 舦ŠISO 27000舒Information technology舒Security techniques舒Information security management systems series; 舦ŠISO 31000舒Risk management舒Principles and guidelines series; 舦ŠISO 17025舒General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories.
In Frye, the DC Circuit considered the admissibility of testimony based on the systolic blood pressure test, a precursor of the modern polygraph. 舡 As a result of this, under the Frye standard, it is not sufficient that a qualified individual expert, or even a group of experts, testify that a particular technique is valid. Under the Frye standard, scientific evidence will only be allowed into the courtroom if it is generally accepted within the relevant scientific community. Frye imposes the burden that the technique must be 舠generally舡 accepted by the relevant scientific community.