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Brief survey on standards, analysis and accuracy

Computer forensics discussion. Please ensure that your post is not better suited to one of the forums below (if it is, please post it there instead!)
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Hvva
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Brief survey on standards, analysis and accuracy

Post Posted: Dec 07, 10 18:27

Hello there. I am conducting a very quick (10 question) survey concerned with commonly used standards/guidelines, preliminary analysis, triage, and the accuracy of investigations.

The survey can be found here: [removed - survey closed - thank you!]

The survey does not ask for any contact information, and the question about region is optional (but very helpful).

Your help would be very much appreciated, and all the results will be posted back to Forensic Focus.

Thank you very much in advance.
Joshua James  

Last edited by Hvva on Dec 13, 10 01:07; edited 1 time in total
 
  

Hvva
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Re: Brief survey on standards, analysis and accuracy

Post Posted: Dec 08, 10 18:44

Thank you everyone who has taken the survey so far. It has been very informative. The survey is still up if you would like to contribute. I hope to have an analysis of the results posted back early next week.

Thanks again!
Joshua James  
 
  

Hvva
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Re: Brief survey on standards, analysis and accuracy

Post Posted: Dec 13, 10 01:07

Thank you everyone who replied to the survey. I got great feedback from the community. The original survey will now close. The same survey has been started at the following link, and will be available at least until the end of January 2011. Please feel free to forward it to any persons involved in digital forensics.

spreadsheets.google.co...WUE0UlE6MQ

Again, I hope to have the results and analysis of the first survey posted early next week. Thank you again for participating!
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Joshua I. James
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Hvva
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Re: Brief survey on standards, analysis and accuracy

Post Posted: Dec 22, 10 21:30

Thanks again to the Forensic Focus community. The results of the first survey have been posted here: www.forensicfocus.com/...s-accuracy

And remember a similar survey will be available until the end of January 2011.
spreadsheets.google.co...WUE0UlE6MQ  
 

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