Improving Chain of Custody in Forensic Investigation of Electronic Digital Systems

@inproceedings{Giova2011ImprovingCO,
  title={Improving Chain of Custody in Forensic Investigation of Electronic Digital Systems},
  author={Giuliano Giova},
  year={2011}
}
  • Giuliano Giova
  • Published 2011
Forensic investigators should acquire and analyze large amount of digital evidence and submit to the court the technical truth about facts in virtual worlds. Since digital evidence is complex, diffuse, volatile and can be accidentally or improperly modified after acquired, the chain of custody must ensure that collected evidence can be accepted as truthful by the court. In this scenario, traditional paper-based chain of custody is inefficient and cannot guarantee that the forensic processes… CONTINUE READING

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