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Author Watson, David.
Title Digital Forensics Processing and Procedures [electronic resource] : Meeting the Requirements of ISO 17020, ISO 17025, ISO 27001 and Best Practice Requirements.
Publication Info. Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2013.
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Contents Front Cover; Digital Forensics Processing and Procedures: Meeting the Requirements of ISO 17020, ISO 17025, ISO 27001 and Best Practic ... ; Copyright; Contents; About the Authors; Technical Editor Bio; Acknowledgments; Preface; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1. Introduction; 1.1.1. What is Digital Forensics?; 1.1.2. The Need for Digital Forensics; 1.1.3. The Purpose of This Book; 1.1.4. Book Structure; 1.1.5. Who Should Read This Book?; 1.1.6. The Need for Procedures in Digital Forensics; 1.1.7. Problems with Electronic Evidence; 1.1.8. The Principles of Electronic Evidence.
1.1.9. Nomenclature Used in This BookAppendix 1 -- Some types of cases involving Digital Forensics; Criminal cases; Civil cases; Appendix 2 -- Growth of hard disk drives for personal computers; Appendix 3 -- Disk drive size nomenclature; Chapter 2: Forensic Laboratory Accommodation; 2.1. The building; 2.1.1. General; 2.1.2. Business Case; 2.1.3. Standards; 2.2. Protecting against external and environmental threats; 2.3. Utilities and services; 2.3.1. Signage; 2.3.2. Power and Cabling; 2.3.3. Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning; 2.3.4. Fire Detection and Quenching.
2.3.5. Close Circuit Television and Burglar Alarms2.3.6. Communications; 2.3.7. Water; 2.4. Physical security; 2.4.1. General; 2.4.2. Building Infrastructure; 2.4.3. Access Control; 2.4.4. On-Site Secure Evidence Storage; 2.4.5. Clean Room; 2.4.6. Fire Safes; 2.4.7. Secure Off-Site Storage; 2.5. Layout of the Forensic Laboratory; 2.5.1. Separation of Space for Specific Roles and Tasks; 2.5.2. Ergonomics; 2.5.3. Personal Workspace; 2.5.4. Size Estimating; 2.5.5. Infrastructure Rooms; Appendix 1 -- Sample outline for a business case; Appendix 2 -- Forensic Laboratory Physical Security Policy.
IntroductionPurpose; Definitions; Scope; Audience; Policy statements; Responsibilities; Enforcement, monitoring, and breaches; Ownership; Review and maintenance; Approval; Chapter 3: Setting up the Forensic Laboratory; 3.1. Setting up the Forensic Laboratory; 3.1.1. Forensic Laboratory Terms of Reference; 3.1.2. The Status of the Forensic Laboratory; 3.1.3. The Forensic Laboratory Principles; 3.1.3.1. Responsibilities; 3.1.3.2. Integrity; 3.1.3.3. Quality; 3.1.3.4. Efficiency; 3.1.3.5. Productivity; 3.1.3.6. Meet Organizational Expectations; 3.1.3.7. Health and Safety.
3.1.3.8. Information Security3.1.3.9. Management Information Systems; 3.1.3.10. Qualifications; 3.1.3.11. Training; 3.1.3.12. Maintaining Employee Competency; 3.1.3.13. Employee Development; 3.1.3.14. Environment; 3.1.3.15. Supervision; 3.1.3.16. Conflicts of Interest; 3.1.3.17. Legal Compliance; 3.1.3.18. Accountability; 3.1.3.19. Disclosure and Discovery; 3.1.3.20. Work Quality; 3.1.3.21. Accreditation and Certification; 3.1.3.22. Membership of Appropriate Organizations; 3.1.3.23. Obtain Appropriate Personal Certifications; 3.1.4. Laboratory Service Level Agreements.
Note 3.1.5. Impartiality and Independence.
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Related To Print version: Watson, David. Digital Forensics Processing and Procedures : Meeting the Requirements of ISO 17020, ISO 17025, ISO 27001 and Best Practice Requirements. Burlington : Elsevier Science, ©2013 9781597497428
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