Digital Evidence Standards

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Digital Evidence Standards Don Cavender Computer Analysis Response Team FBI Laboratory
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Why standards? A scenario…
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Dagestan separatists Supported by Islamic fundamentalists
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Send two teams: Washington London
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Wire transfer funds from: Paris Rome By means of PC banking
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Simultaneously explode two devices
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The crime scenes Subjects identified Computers recovered Reveal communications links Requests for investigations Additional digital evidence collected Digital evidence became the glue
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Digital Evidence Trail
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Critical issues… How do we ask for what evidence? Do we get what we thought we asked for? Can we use what we received?
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Why standards? Trans-jurisdictional Exchange Digital evidence
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What standards? Definitions Principles Processes Outcomes Common language
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How it started 1993 - 1st International Conference on Computer Evidence 1995 - International Organization on Computer Evidence formed 1997 - IOCE & G-8 independently decide to develop standards
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How it started - continued 1998 - G-8 asks IOCE to undertake this initiative 1998 - SWG-DE formed to pursue U.S. participation 1998 - ACPO, FCG and ENSFI agree to participate 1998 - INTERPOL is briefed on progress
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Where we are now UK Good Practice Guide (ACPO) ENSFI Working Group SWG-DE draft standards www.for-swg.org/swgdein.htm (under construction) October 4-7, 1999 IOCE, ACPO, FCG & ENSFI meet on European standards www.ihcfc.com - results forthcomming
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Where we are going First you must crawl… Create foundation definitions principles processes Durable Universal all digital evidence types mutually understood
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What will the impact be? Evidence will be collected
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