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Recovering and Examining Computer Forensic Evidence by Noblett et al.: Figure 1 (Forensic Science Communications, October 2000)

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October 2000   Volume 2   Number 4

Recovering and Examining
Computer Forensic Evidence

Figure 1

A Three-Level Hierarchical Model for Developing Guidelines for Computer Forensic Evidence

Hierarchical model for how to develop guidelines for computer evidence: principles of examination (few); organizational policy and practice (several); and procedures and techniques (many). Bulleted items expand on the three levels, which are illustrated by a triangle.

 


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