Joining the forensic dots
Yuval Ben-Moshe argues that advances in digital forensic technology are enabling examiners to perform detailed link analysis in the field, speeding investigations and potentially saving lives
The role of a forensic lab practitioner is to work within the justice system to provide key evidence for criminal and terrorist investigations. Their responsibilities include classifying and performing a forensic examination of specific pieces of evidence lifted from a crime scene which, in today’s digital world, often consist of mobile devices, be it of the suspect or victim. Following the forensic process, the data collected is reported and used in building . . .