08 Investigating Potential Digital Crime Scenes

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Early bird sale price ends December 1, 2019.

Available in January 2020.

This course is four CLE credit hours.

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Available in January 2020. Early bird sale price ends December 1, 2019.

CLE Credits: 4

Module 15: Investigating Potential Digital Crime Scenes Part I

Just as you allow an expert to process DNA, so should you allow an expert to process digital evidence gathered at a digital crime scene. A best practice plan of ac on must be put into place prior to investigating the digital evidence. Once a plan is in place, the investigators must: determine the perimeters of the digital crime scene, determine which devices will be collected, what if any additional court orders or search warrants will be required, how the evidence will be collected or seized, what must be documented, how the devices will be transported, how the devices will be stored, and complete a plan of ac on of the extraction and analysis of the digital evidence found.

Module 16: Investigating Potential Digital Crime Scenes Part II

Maintaining chain of custody is the most important portion of acquiring evidence in both physical and digital crime scenes. With digital crime scenes the potential for spoliation is great and the ways in which it can occur are also great. Most digital evidence thrown out of court are thrown out due to lack of chain of custody or spoliation of evidence.

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