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Another n00b, another questions ;-)

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ddow
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Re: Another n00b, another questions ;-)

Post Posted: Dec 30, 06 23:15

Incident response is often a system admin function in response to a system compromise. The goals include quick restoral of server/workstation functionality; investigation of compromise vector so all other business nodes can be patched; determination if the compromise was internal or external. Skills needed: OS and application specific, computer security, business objectives.

CF is traditionally intended to investigate a system with the ultimate intent of testifying in court. Preservation of evidence, chain of custody and admisability of evidence are essential goals. Skills needed forensic techniques; law; data recovery.

Others will also be able to suggest additional differences.
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UncleBuki
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Re: Another n00b, another questions ;-)

Post Posted: Dec 30, 06 23:19

ddow, very good explanation. Thanks.  
 

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