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How digital forensics is defined in litigation and investigation

In this webcast, panelists discuss the nuances of digital forensics in a range of use cases.

Digital forensics is a branch of forensic science that encompasses the recovery and investigation of information found in digital devices. The term is widely used in litigation and investigation. However, the activities and skill sets involved with digital forensics can be very different depending on the context, during which the service is provided. 

In litigation, digital forensics focuses on proper collection of data to support counsel in eDiscovery. In investigation, digital forensics focuses on forensic analysis, as well as collecting and preserving evidence in a legally defensible way. 

In this webcast, we will discuss the nuances of digital forensics in the contexts of litigation vs. investigation. We will also review the skill sets required to provide effective and accurate digital forensics services in both scenarios.


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