Dr. Victor Fay-Wolfe, a computer science and statistics professor at the University of Rhode Island, spoke Friday in Pastore Chemical Laboratory concerning the field of digital forensics. Digital forensics, which Fay-Wolfe defined as “the application of forensic science technology to the discovery, collection, and analysis of digital evidence,” is a form of forensic investigation that focuses on computers, PDAs, printers, servers and any other electronic devices that can hold information vital to an investigation…
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