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("One Policy Approach Regarding Digital Evidence Acquisition and Analysis" can be found at: ftp://ftp.hq.nasa.gov/pub/ig/ccd/procedures/1_Approach_Digital_Evid.pdf As the title implies, the document offers one approach regarding a)
 
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The ''Office of the Inspector General'' (OIG) is the investigative arm of the United States ''National Aeronautics and Space Administration''. They have a strong computer investigative program that is quite adept with [[Linux]] based systems.
                     
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ftp://ftp.hq.nasa.gov/pub/ig/ccd/procedures/1_Approach_Digital_Evid.pdf
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As the title implies, the document offers one approach regarding a
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== See Also ==
policy for the preservation and analysis of digital evidence by computer
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forensic specialists and special agents.  It's our hope that this document will help others, particularly law enforcement organizations, with policy development in this growing area of importance. We also hope that others will consider sharing portions of their policy and procedures as they are developed and continuously refined.
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John Garris
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* [[Image:1 Policy Approach to Digital Evid Acq & Analysis.pdf|One Policy Approach Regarding Digital Evidence Acquisition and Analysis]] - NASA OIG has generously allowed us to publish their policy for
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the preservation and analysis of digital evidence by computer forensic specialists and special agents. In their words, "It's our hope that this document will help others, particularly law enforcement organizations, with policy development in this growing area of importance. We also hope that others will consider sharing portions of their policy and procedures as they are developed and continuously refined."
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== External Links ==
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* [http://oig.nasa.gov/ Official web site]
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* [ftp://ftp.hq.nasa.gov/pub/ig/ccd/linuxintro/ The Law Enforcement and Forensic Examiners Introduction to Linux, a Beginner's Guide] - By SA Barry Grundy, an excellent guide for examiner's
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Revision as of 12:52, 10 December 2007

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) is the investigative arm of the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration. They have a strong computer investigative program that is quite adept with Linux based systems.

See Also

the preservation and analysis of digital evidence by computer forensic specialists and special agents. In their words, "It's our hope that this document will help others, particularly law enforcement organizations, with policy development in this growing area of importance. We also hope that others will consider sharing portions of their policy and procedures as they are developed and continuously refined."

External Links

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