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12/8/09 IT Evidence Management Lifecycle 22
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12/8/09 1. Design for Evidence ensure that potential electronic evidence records are identified, available and useable records should be classified and labelled records should be stored in a suitable format future-proof identify the author of records 33
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12/8/09 2. Produce Records (Metadata) this is the operational phase need to ensure can identify: which program produced an electronic record the human author (if appropriate) the time the record was created or altered that the computer program was 44
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12/8/09 3. Collect Evidence standards for evidence collection use of forensically sound practices will ensure the best chance of admissibility involves use of computer forensic specialist unnecessary for some types of evidence contemporaneous notes record (times and dates) of actions performed on evidence by an individual 55
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12/8/09 3. Collect Evidence
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2009 for the course IS 474 taught by Professor Andrwe during the Three '09 term at Queensland Tech.

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