When is Digital Evidence Forensically Sound?

@inproceedings{McKemmish2008WhenID,
  title={When is Digital Evidence Forensically Sound?},
  author={Rodney McKemmish},
  booktitle={IFIP Int. Conf. Digital Forensics},
  year={2008}
}
“Forensically sound” is a term used extensively in the digital forensics community to qualify and, in some cases, to justify the use of a particular forensic technology or methodology. Indeed, many practitioners use the term when describing the capabilities of a particular piece of software or when describing a particular forensic analysis approach. Such a wide application of the term can only lead to confusion. This paper examines the various definitions of forensic computing (also called… CONTINUE READING

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