Computer Forensics Evidence And Capture Data Recovery
Project Name: Computer Forensics Evidence And Capture Data Recovery
Description: This blog will help all forensics investigator for Evidence Collection and Data Seizure
Author: Rohit D Sadgune
Frequently Asked Question on Computer Forensics Investigation
- Checklist of Computer Forensics Evidence And Capture Data Recovery
- Make sure you are ready and have procedures in place for disasters like floods, tornadoes, earthquakes, and terrorism when they strike.
- Make sure you are ready and have a plan in place to take periodic image copies and send them off-site.
- Perform change accumulation to reduce the number of logs required as input to the recovery, which saves time at the recovery site. However, performing this step consumes resources at the home site.
- Evaluate your environment to decide how to handle the change accumulation question/problem in action/task
- Have procedures in place to implement your plan.
- Check your assets to make sure they’re ready as part of your plan.
- Build your recovery JCL correctly. JCL is tricky, and you need to get it exactly right. Data integrity and your business rely on this task.
- Clean your RECON data sets. It can take hours if done manually, and it’s an error-prone process. When your system is down, can you afford to make mistakes with this key resource?
- Test your plan. There’s a lot to think about. In the real world, there’s much more.
- Make sure your plan works before you are required to use it.
- Have procedures in place to deal with issues of increased availability, shrinking expertise, growing complexity, failures of many types, and the costs of data management and downtime.