Can forensics trace sabots?

Answer A sabot is a device that propels a special type of bullet over large distances using more of a slingshot method than a gun. Any forensics lab would be able to detect a sabot as a weapon since the b... Read More »

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Computer Forensics Training in Digital Forensics & Electronic Discovery?

A company or agency that has a computer network may at some point find itself having to deal with some kind of electronic-related crime or misbehavior. It could be external, such as a hacker, or it... Read More »

Cyber Forensics?

hi, me too very interested in it :) but i am not sure either abt how to become one but for now i am trying to get a B Sc in comp and get some CISCO certifications because i think networking is the ... Read More »

IT Forensics Degrees?

As businesses, organizations and governments face ever-increasing concerns about the security of their informational infrastructures, the need for skilled, trained people who can help secure this i... Read More »

Who invented dna forensics?

DNA typing, also known as DNA fingerprinting, was discovered in 1985 by Alec Jeffreys, who was an English geneticist. Jeffreys was the first to observe that DNA samples are different from one perso... Read More »