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ALSO CALLED: Cyberforensics, Forensic Analysis, Forensics, Security Forensics, Digital Forensics
DEFINITION: Forensic, in a general sense, means "related to or used in courts of law" or "used for formal public debate or discussion."" The word is used in several ways in information technology, including:network forensics: the capture, recording, and analysis of network events in order to discover the source of security attacks or other problem incidents.computer forensics: (also called  … 
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Webmail Forensics: Investigating Issues with Email Forwarding Security
sponsored by Kaspersky Lab
EGUIDE: This expert guide will help you learn more about what it takes in order to make sure your organization has an effective forensic readiness plan ready. Read on and learn how to prepare your plan today.
Posted: 22 Apr 2013 | Published: 22 Apr 2013

Kaspersky Lab

Computer Forensics and its Role in the Risk Management Process
sponsored by IBM
EGUIDE: The possibility of a data breach is very real – no matter how proactive your security measures are. 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.
Posted: 19 May 2011 | Published: 19 May 2011

IBM

Case Study: Top 5 Communications Company Evaluates Leading eDiscovery Solutions
sponsored by AccessData Group
WHITE PAPER: The following case study examines the decision made by a Top 5 Communications Company to implement AccessData (AD)eDiscovery. The company found AccessData Group's product to be the solution that best addressed their internal requirements. The following reviews the findings and the benefits received as a result of implementing AccessData technology.
Posted: 11 Apr 2011 | Published: 06 Apr 2011

AccessData Group

MarketScope for E-Discovery Software Product Vendors
sponsored by Clearwell Systems
WHITE PAPER: Recession has accelerated the move to in-house e-discovery and more companies have brought, or are considering bringing, e-discovery in-house. This report will help enterprises build a business case, create a list of possible vendors and determine which ones best meet their needs.
Posted: 18 Nov 2010 | Published: 21 Dec 2009

Clearwell Systems
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COMPUTER FORENSICS DEFINITION (continued): … Forensic, in a general sense, means "related to or used in courts of law" or "used for formal public debate or discussion."" The word is used in several ways in information technology, including:network forensics: the capture, recording, and analysis of network events in order to discover the source of security attacks or other problem incidents.computer forensics: (also called cyberforensics) the application of computer investigation and analysis techniques to gather evidence suitable for presentation in a court of lawforensic animation: the use of full-motion computer graphics to recreate an event such as an automobile accident, the collapse of a building, an assault, or the workings of a mechanical device from a variety of perspectivesforensic watermark: (also called a digital watermark) a sequence of characters or code embedded in a digital document, image, video or computer program to uniquely identify its originator and authorized user.
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