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tootypeg
(@tootypeg)
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Hi all,

Hoping someone can help me regarding my understanding of the incoming challenges for digital forensics with 17020 due to be in place Oct 2020 (?).

Is this going to cover

1. On-site live triage of a device?
2. On-site evidence capture/cloning?
3. Device seizure, packing and transfer?

I would really like to know more but there are few resources I can find to discuss 17020 and how its going to impact us lot.

Thanks

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Posted : 02/11/2019 12:26 pm
athulin
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Hoping someone can help me regarding my understanding of the incoming challenges for digital forensics with 17020 due to be in place Oct 2020 (?).

Is this about the transition to ISO 170252017, or is it something else?

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Posted : 02/11/2019 12:52 pm
tootypeg
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Hoping someone can help me regarding my understanding of the incoming challenges for digital forensics with 17020 due to be in place Oct 2020 (?).

Is this about the transition to ISO 170252017, or is it something else?

Its about ISO 17020 which is coming in for scene investigation?…

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Posted : 02/11/2019 2:44 pm
athulin
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Its about ISO 17020 which is coming in for scene investigation?…

I'm getting old … can't see the difference between 0 and 5.

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Posted : 02/11/2019 3:47 pm
trewmte
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tootypeg are your questions arising from Annual Report 17 November 2017 – 16 November 2018 Dr Gillian Tully 15 March 2019?

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/786137/FSRAnnual_Report_2018_v1.0.pdf

BS EN ISO/IEC 170202012 / ISO/IEC 170202012(E) is too generic and doesn't specify scene of crime.

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Posted : 03/11/2019 12:40 pm
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