Forensics

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1. Forensic refers to action taken to gather and preserve evidence for investigation and legislation purposes after a cyber security attack has occurred.

(Source: Business Continuity Management Institute - BCM Institute)

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2. Digital forensics is about investigating after a cyber attack or crime has taken place.
Source: (Miner, 2016)

3. Forensics refer to the science of identifying, preserving, recovering, analyzing and presenting facts about digital evidence found on computers or digital storage media devices.
Source: (Stephens, 2016)

4. Digital forensics is the collection, examination, and reporting of digital evidence.
Source: (Kassner, 2011)