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What is Computer Forensics?
Computer forensics, sometimes referred to as digital forensics, is often described as “the storage, retrieval and analysis of information stored on computers or electronic media.” It often involves digital evidence issues from an important legal perspective and is sometimes seen as a four-step process.

Open guides projects
We are currently carrying out a number of projects: mainly, the creation of knowledge bases on various aspects of computer forensics:
– General FAQ on Computer Forensics
– Information and medical legal advice on specific technologies, primarily: PC Forensics; CCP Forensics; Network Forensics
– List of opinions and medical and legal advice
– Development of general first aid procedures

External resources and support
Some of the most important purposes of forensic science are:

User group: for mutual support and interaction in computer forensics.

Resources: introduction, checklists, procedures … computer forensics toolkit

SWGDE: Scientific Working Group on Digital Evidence

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