Forensic Informatics

Defined as the science of identifying, protecting, recovering, analyzing and presenting facts about digital evidence found on computers or digital storage media devices, Forensic can also be called the process of eliciting and interpreting electronic data. The purpose of the process is to preserve evidence in its original form when conducting a structured investigation through the collection, identification and validation of numerical information for the purpose of reconstructing past events.

Range of Forensic Informatics

“Forensic Informatics” is the area where some malicious criminals are working to recover digital evidence for use in a court of law. Forensic Informatics, which has a wide range of issues, is also known as a safe area for solving many problems.

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