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Developing Quality Digital Forensic Programs for Government, Industry and Academia.

†††††††††††† Digital Evidence Professional Services is providing these documents as resource material. Many early papers on digital forensics were not published or were published in very limited circulation.† In order that they might be accessible on the web, were are publishing them here.† As we identify addition material, we will post it.

†††††††††††††††† The International Organization on Computer Evidence (IOCE) was founded in Baltimore, Maryland in 1995.† The following† paper were presented at that meeting by Mark Pollitt, who was then the Vice-Chairman of the IOCE.

 

Principles, Practices and Procedures: an approach to Standards in Computer Forensics

†††††††††††††††† The Second International Organization on Computer Evidence (IOCE) meeting was held in Melbourne, Australia in February, 1996.† This paper was a collaboration between Gord Hama, of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Mark Pollitt, then a Field Examiner with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

 

Data ReductionóRefining the Sieve

 

†††††††††††††††† The following paper was written by Mark Pollitt and presented at the 1995 National Information Systems Security Conference, Baltimore, Maryland† (Proceedings, Vol. II, pp 487-491)and subsequently published by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Technical Support Branch as Bulletin 43-3.† As the document is no longer available online, it is published here.

 

Computer Forensics: an approach to evidence in cyberspace.

 

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