You have been hired by a local company to provide digital forensic expertise. The company suspects that one of its employees is using his work computer to run a personal business during work hours (based on other employee-provided information); however the company does not have any hard evidence to substantiate this claim. Because this is against company policy, the organization hires you to help them understand how to collect evidence legally and correctly.
- You are to provide the company with a white paper to explain proper digital evidence collection.
- Using the library, research and explain digital evidence procedures so that the CEO can understand what this is all about.
- List and describe 3 common mistakes made when collecting digital evidence.
In a paper of 3–5 pages double space,