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Cyber forensics (also known as computer forensics) experts lead the criminal justice response when security breaches occur. Digital evidence, such as computer files, social media data, emails, and phone records, is identified and collected by these expert individuals.

If at all possible, avoid looking at the source media. Protect the original by writing on it, copying it, and only examining the copy. To protect the original while it is being copied, use write blocking technology. Computer forensic examiners must fulfil certain minimal qualifications.

The following are the main components of computer forensics:

  • Scientific approaches are used.
  • The act of gathering and preserving.
  • Validation.
  • Identification.
  • Interpretation and analysis
  • Presentation and documentation
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Cyber forensics is the process of investigating digital devices for their potential for incriminating evidence. It is a field that demands a certain level of knowledge and ability, as it can be challenging to extract information from devices that are heavily encrypted.

Network forensics is the study of what happens within a network environment. With the help of network forensics, organizations can determine whether cybersecurity threats are present in their networks and how to mitigate these threats.

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