Exterro’s Digital Forensics Masters Series is an educational online webcast series focused on best practices for optimizing the digital forensic investigation process. Though processes and types of investigations vary based on your location, the size and type of your organization or agency, several commonalities remain—identifying all the potential sources of relevant data, on a myriad of devices in a variety of locations; challenges regarding the explosion of data and devices, gaps in security due to the work-from-home mandate and as well as the ability to collect and investigate online sources and devices off the network. Offering five complimentary "courses" on a variety of different topics, the Masters Series gives digital forensics professionals the required education for managing backlog and efficiently getting through the mass of data for faster investigations.
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Creating bit-by-bit copies of all digital evidence is one of the most critical parts of the digital forensic process.
The processing part of the digital forensic process can be lengthy depending on what you are looking for. Optimizing processing options will keep the investigation moving faster.
The first phase of the investigation or analysis phase is a first pass to identify low hanging fruit. At this point, a review can take place to help guide the investigation to more relevant data.
The second analysis is when you can start to tell a story with the evidence and/or go deeper with the investigation to find more evidence.
The final phase of the investigation process brings all of the evidence together and is ready for review.