What is Digital Forensics / Computer Forensics?
Digital forensics is the application of scientific methodology to computer media to establish factual information or provide expert opinion for legal proceedings. The terms 'computer forensics' and 'digital forensics' can be used interchangeably. There are five main phases to computer forensics:
The following are examples of media which we can examine that may contain electronic evidence: hard disk drives (also known as computer disks, hard disks or hard drives); USB external hard disk drives; mobile phones; PDAs; MP3 players; thumb drives (also known as flash drives, USB stick or sticks); floppy disks; ZIP disks; tapes; micro drives; optical media such as compact disks (CDs) and Digital Versatile Disks (DVD) and camera cards.
ACPO Good Practice Guide for Digital Evidence
Our computer forensics experts adhere to the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) Good Practice Guide for Digital Evidence. The main principles of the ACPO Good Practice Guide for Digital Evidence are:
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