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  • noun

Synonyms for forensics

the presentation of an argument or arguments

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scientific tests or techniques used in the investigation of crimes

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16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- In a move to bolster their position as a premier computer forensics firm, and expand their service offerings to their impressive client list, 4Discovery LLC has announced the hiring of a ten year industry veteran, Scott Jones.
Digital forensics is mostly used to collect, identify, extract and analyze evidence from computers, hard disks, mobiles, laptops and other digital devices.
Vaughn has trained hundreds of law enforcement officers, attorneys, and other examiners on computer forensics and high-technology related issues involving best practices and methodologies.
The first Dubai Police Forensics lab was established more than 28 years ago.
International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics" is being published quarterly to be a "knowledge resource" whose content engages in debate on various security-related issues, new developments and latest methodologies in the field of electronic security and digital forensics.
Guest speakers, working in forensics, and field trips to local police departments offer real world connections.
Taylor & Francis (T&F; Philadelphia, PA) has begun the publication of two new journals in 2006 for the legal and criminal justice communities, including "Journal of Digital Forensic Practice" and "Victims & Offenders.
The Detective Fiction and Forensics cluster, the subject of our case study here, demonstrates that the shift from old to new paradigms of teaching, like the one that Johnson, Johnson, and Smith lay out in Active Learning: Cooperation in the College Classroom (6-12), is possible not only within one college classroom but also within an interdisciplinary structure.
This site has great forensics activities, including interactive mysteries: www.
Inforenz, an information forensics specialist, has launched a computer forensics tool that helps investigators analyse the hidden history of computer files.
Environmental forensics uses investigative tools from fields as varied as analytical chemistry, isotopic analysis, epidemiology, toxicology, geology, history, and statistics, with technologies ranging from aerial photography to gas chromatography/mass spectrometry and other chemical fingerprinting methods.
To answer this need, many corporate security professionals are turning to the growing selection of professional-grade computer forensics products such as ProDiscover IR from Technology Pathways.
The tools of computer forensics play a vital role in resolving matters in the corporate world and litigation process by enhancing the evidence pool, establishing truths otherwise left undiscovered and, consequently, contributing to more efficient and rapid resolution, judgments or settlements.
The first test report based on the Computer Forensics Tool Testing (CFTT) program was published by the National Institute of Justice at http://www.
When the government or litigants in a case retrieve someone's data, it's called "computer forensics.