A growing number of enterprises—and their IT staffs—are becoming increasingly concerned about the range of threats posed by electronic attack. Couple that with the high incidence of business litigation, and the high regulatory barriers, present in the US and EU, and you’ll see why computer forensics is such a rapidly growing field. One reason for this rapid growth is that there are relatively few standards for what “forensics” actually means. From an Exchange perspective, there aren’t really any solid definitions either…
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