Criminal Disputes - Hardware

The widespread use of computers by businesses, criminals and law enforcement agencies results in a tremendous quantity of electronic evidence. Different expertise is required depending on whether that evidence resides on a mainframe, midrange, workstation or PC. This evidence may be in many forms and may require knowledge of value, performance or function of several different types of equipment and platforms. Computer forensics involves the discovery, recovery and interpretation of that evidence. Computer forensic analysis will ultimately end up in the courtroom and therefore its chain of custody is important and the outcome of the case will be dependent on the testifying expert. The selection criteria for your expert is therefore critical to your success.

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