The Way Forward For Digital Forensics

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It’s challenging times for organizations and professionals engaged in forensic analysis. Investigations are multiplying and diversifying–there are more of them, and new types of cases arise all the time.

Spurred by global trends and challenges, such as COVID-19 which forced many workers to work from home whether their organization was ready or not; BYOD (bring your own device); proliferating privacy regulations; and cloud computing, the environment for conducting effective investigations has become increasingly complex and more difficult to negotiate than ever before. Across all sectors, investigations are becoming more collaborative, now frequently drawing in staff from HR and other departments who are not legal professionals, but need to interact with forensic technologies. 

Read this whitepaper to find out: 

  • Why existing IT solutions are falling short
  • The key forensic challenges by industry
  • What the way forward might be

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