Digital forensics in the mobile, BYOD, and cloud era
Conduct more productive investigations
Quick, decisive action is often crucial to determining the facts and protecting an organization’s interests, whether the impetus is suspected fraud, a whistleblower claim, a lawsuit, or a regulatory inquiry.
Organizations can strengthen their ability to address this diverse array of risks by establishing digital forensics as a standard procedure very early in internal investigations and making sure investigations encompass all possible data sources, while avoiding some potential pitfalls in forensics application.
"Digital forensics in the mobile, bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and cloud era" talks about the three potential pitfalls in digital forensics and how important it is to regard digital forensics as a standard procedure, and scope it in as early as possible in an internal investigation.
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