Extracting evidence from the cloud
Shahaf Rozanski examines the legal aspects of obtaining and analysing forensic evidence from the private cloud
Cloud data offers a digital footprint that can prove vital in forensic investigations. Sources can generate critical leads, which can help investigators piece together criminal cases and provide important evidence. This evidence can then be put forward by prosecutors in a court of law or provide defence lawyers with a much-needed alibi for their client. The process may sound simple, but there are a number of aspects that both police forces and legal professionals need to consider before the data can . . .