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Week 3 Homework - Bill Frino CMIS 335 Computer Forensics...

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Bill Frino CMIS 335 Computer Forensics Page 61 Review Questions 1. What are some initial assessments you should make for a computing investigation? By approaching each case methodically, you can evaluate the evidence thoroughly and document the chain of evidence, or chain of custody, which is the route the evidence takes from the time you find it until the case is closed or goes to court 8. For employee termination cases, what type of investigations do you typically encounter? The majority of investigative work for termination cases involves employee abuse of corporate assets. Incidents that create a hostile work environment, such as viewing pornography in the workplace and sending inappropriate email messages, are the predominant types of cases investigated. 13. What two tasks is an acquisitions officer responsible for at a crime scene? The acquisitions officer gives you documentation of items the investigating officers collected with the computer, including a list of other storage media such as removable disks and CD’s. The
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