What is digital forensics?
Digital forensics is a branch of forensics science. It focuses on the recovery and investigation of data stored electronically.
Digital forensics uses specialised tools for data collection and analysis. 'Computer forensics' was an earlier name for digital forensics. The term 'digital forensics' reflects the fact that many different types of device can store digital data. Sources of digital data include:
Computer hard drives
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