At first glance, one would assume that the only common thread that runs between a forensic lab that analyzes blood samples, fingerprints and DNA evidence, and a Cyber forensic lab that analyzes data is that both processes verify the facts that assist in the resolution of a civil or criminal proceeding. However, the basic principles of forensic work pertain to every area of forensic science. In fact, your favorite celebrity charged with a DUI (Driving under the Influence) offense and, perhaps, some of the most nefarious cyber criminals will be prosecuted or vindicated via the very same forensic methods and principles…
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