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First Responders and Forensic Capabilities

Written by DFM Team


First Responders and Forensic Capabilities

Why we must look to first response and digital forensics to protect and defend our enterprise and global operations.


The fact of the matter is, be it for domestic purpose, or business related interests, society has become dependent on technology in the guise of applications,servers, and infrastructure to support our very existence. In the case of our domestic dependencies, this can range from the simple use of a low cost Voice over IP (VoIP) solution providing low cost calls, television via the Internet, right through to those much taken for granted, always on services such as electricity, gas, and water supplies; all of which have their own infrastructure related dependencies. Then we come to businesses, this really does start to ramp up when one considers just how tied into technology they are, with an increasing, and growing dependency on an infrastructure which was never actually designed to carry such a heavy load of business related activities; AKA the Internet.




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