What You Need in Your Digital Forensics Tool Chest
By Mike Majewski,CEO at SEH Technology
The demand for digital forensics is increasing across public and private sectors. In a stunning finding, Check Point Research counted 900 cyberattacks per organization per week in Q4 2021, a record-breaking level, with education and research as attackers’ favorite targets. Digital forensics is necessary to identify the attack vector and, when possible, trace it back to its origins. Additionally, the need to capture digital evidence is becoming more common in criminal investigations, enabling law enforcement to preserve evidence on finances, communications, or illegal activity before it is deleted, altered or overwritten.