It is the end of the day and it has been discovered that several critical files are missing from your file server. That alone is normally is enough to freak out most server administrators, but this sp...
Electronic Discovery (or E-Discovery) refers to any process in which electronic data is sought, located, secured, and searched with the intent of using it as evidence in a civil or criminal legal case...
Backup tapes are important. Aside from the fact that backup tapes can save a company's data in the event of a software failure, hard drive failure, or a database corruption... backing up a company's d...
Computer forensics is becoming more mainstream in litigation and with the amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure on 12-1-2006, more cases will utilize these rules. With the expected increa...
You may have noticed some unusual behavior from your significant other such as spending a lot of time 'at work' or perhaps more time than normal 'out with friends'. These are the obvious signals that ...
The obvious signals that your spouse is up to something could range from spending a lot of time 'at work' or perhaps more time than normal 'out with friends'. The more subtle indicators that you are b...
CONDUCTING THE SEARCH AND/OR SEIZURE is an important party of Computer Forensics. If the search is not done properly then you will not be able to enter evidence to the case. The following is a outline...
As the field of Computer Forensics and E-Discovery becomes more mainstream in litigation, companies may now find that they need to take a closer look their disaster recovery plan for both data loss an...
As we saw with the Enron fiasco, it would seem that we should we be expecting to see a similiar nightmare in the mortgage lending arena. The difference here is that people are not loosing their 401ks ...
Computer Forensics is the process of investigating electronic devices or computer media for the purpose of discovering and analyzing available, deleted, or "hidden" information that may serve as...