Implementation guidelines for a harmonised digital forensic investigation readiness process model

@article{Valjarevic2013ImplementationGF,
  title={Implementation guidelines for a harmonised digital forensic investigation readiness process model},
  author={Aleksandar Valjarevic and Hein S. Venter},
  journal={2013 Information Security for South Africa},
  year={2013},
  pages={1-9}
}
Digital forensic investigation readiness enables an organisation to prepare itself in order to perform a digital forensic investigation in a more efficient and effective manner. Benefits of achieving a high level of digital forensic investigation readiness include, but are not limited to, higher admissibility of digital evidence in a court of law, better utilisation of resources (including time and financial resources) and higher awareness of forensic investigation readiness. The problem that… CONTINUE READING

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