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4/12/2013· Computer Forensics

The Northern District Court of California Provides Useful ESI Guidelines That Should Be Duplicated

By: David Nolte

Electronic data comprises a large portion of discovery and provides efficiencies in searching and manipulating the data for further analysis.

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11/2/2012· Computer Forensics

How To Get The Discovery You Need From Your Opponent

By: David Nolte

An extraordinary amount of time is incurred in discovery asking for records that may not even exist, or asking for records that do exist, but the other side declines to produce records that were not requested using just the right terms.

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4/18/2010· Digital Forensics

Moving Toward A Science Of Digital Forensic Evidence Examination

By: Dr. Frederick B. Cohen

Like almost every scientific endeavor, the examination of digital forensic evidence (DFE) started out somewhere between an art and a craft. People with special skills and knowledge leverage that skill set and knowledge base to put forth notions about the meaning of DFE in the context of legal matters. While the court system greatly appreciates science and its role through expert testimony in providing probative information, that appreciation is substantially challenged by the lack of a scientific base, in the form of adequate peer reviewed publications associated with professional societies,

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4/18/2010· Digital Forensics

Fonts For Forensics

By: Dr. Frederick B. Cohen

Like other latent evidence that cannot be directly perceived by people, bit sequences have to be presented through tools. Presentations of digital forensic evidence often involve the presentation of text versions of bit sequences representing traces of events that took place within digital systems.

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4/18/2010· Digital Forensics

COFEE And The State Of Digital Forensics

By: Dr. Frederick B. Cohen

Computer Online Forensic Evidence Extractor (COFEE) is a software program developed by Microsoft for use by law enforcement. It was held closely by law enforcement for a period of time until it was revealed in the last year, and subsequently, several individuals released software intended to defeat the utility of COFEE.

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11/16/2005· Computer Forensics

How to Successfully Obtain Computer-Based Discovery in 10 Steps

By: SETEC Investigations

Identifying pertinent evidence on computer systems is essential to the discovery process in today's world, as it is believed that over 70% of information stored in computer systems is never reproduced in hard copy form

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10/24/2005· Disability

Disability Insurance Claims – An Inside View

By: Gerry Katz, MSPA, RHU, ALHC, DABFE

Those of you marketing disability insurance today will no doubt agree that our choices in competitive contracts have significantly changed and diminished in number during the past 5-8 years

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11/16/2004· Computer Forensics

Proactive Forensics in the Workplace

By: Paul Taylor

The benefits of computer forensics have been seen over and over again in the criminal and civil courts throughout the world in the past two decades. If there is ever a case involving accounting or communication between key witnesses then computer forensics will be involved in some form

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11/12/2004· Computer Forensics

The Evolving Legal Landscape of Electronic Discovery

By: SETEC Investigations

It is estimated that over 90% of all documents are now created electronically, although most of them are never printed; therefore, legal professionals are being challenged by a drastic increase in electronic evidence

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8/14/2004· Computer Forensics

Computer Sleuth: Beating Down The Evidence Trail With Computer Forensics

By: Robert P. Green and Scott Cooper

Think Sherlock Holmes sans the goofy hat and magnifying glass. Today ’s digital sleuths enlist the tactics that once were only the purview of FBI and police investigators.The tools of computer forensics play a vital role in resolving matters in the corporate world and litigation process by enhancing the evidence pool, establishing truths otherwise left undiscovered and, consequently, contributing to more efficient and rapid resolution, judgments or settlements

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