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Digital Forensics Laboratory Guide available for Octopus Community Members

Bucharest, Romania 5 October 2017
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Digital Forensics Laboratory Guide available for Octopus Community Members

The new Basic Guide for the management and procedures of a Digital Forensics Laboratory (DFL Guide) completes the Electronic Evidence Guide with considerations on the practical processes, management issues and strategic considerations in establishing and running such a laboratory.

The DFL Guide is mainly aimed at police officers and digital forensics professionals, but it should also serve prosecutors and judges to better understand and enhance their knowledge of cybercrime and electronic evidence.

Work on this document was coordinated by Council of Europe experts with valuable inputs received from cybercrime experts from GLACY project countries and areas, as well as a range of other international experts from Africa, Asia and Europe.                

The DLF Guide is available for Octopus Community members in the Training section.