Computer Forensics and its Role in the Risk Management Process

Computer Forensics and its Role in the Risk Management Process

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The possibility of a data breach is very real – no matter how proactive your security measures are. So, how can you effectively respond to security incidents to ensure a proper breach investigation?

Learn about computer forensics, a technology used to secure, collect and analyze digital evidence related to security incidents and data breaches.

Access this expert FAQ guide for further insight into how computer forensics can help put a well-formed incident response plan that is aligned with your information risk management and compliance strategies. Get answers to your compliance questions, including:

  • What’s the difference between computer security and computer forensics?
  • Is a formal forensics analysis needed for every suspected or known security breach?
  • How do I integrate computer forensics with my compliance programs?
Vendor:
IBM
Posted:
19 May 2011
Published:
19 May 2011
Format:
PDF
Length:
6 Page(s)
Type:
eGuide
Language:
English
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