forensic science

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forensic science

[fə′ren·sik ′sī·əns]
(forensic science)
The recognition, collection, identification, individualization, and interpretation of physical evidence, and the application of science and medicine for criminal and civil law, or regulatory purposes.
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Earlier, the team of doctors performed autopsy in presence of judicial magistrate and police official in Nagakki village here and handed over the record for forensic analysis.
Included among the list of instructors is Carlos Cajigas (@Carlos_Cajigas), a Senior Incident Response Analyst at IBM and instructor of the SANS FOR500: Windows Forensic Analysis course.
KARACHI -- Weapons seized by Rangers during the raid at Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Headquarters Nine Zero have been given to the police for forensic analysis.
Windows Forensic Analysis Toolkit: Advanced Analysis Techniques for Windows 8, 4th Edition
Threat groups are active in an organization's network for a median of 229 days, and conducting incident response can involve costly forensic analysis of disparate log files and network data to determine the extent of the breach.
It's a very, very forensic analysis, a neurological analysis of the effects of MDMA.
They consider such topics as principles and issues in the forensic analysis of explosives, analysis of fire debris, analysis techniques used for the forensic examination of writing and printing inks, the role of vibrational spectroscopy in forensic chemistry, forensic DNA analysis, forensic and clinical issues in alcohol analysis, and fundamental issues of postmortem toxicology.
Virtualization for security; including sandboxing, disaster recovery, high availability, forensic analysis and honeypotting.
Police investigating the pounds 54,000 raid at Ninian Park last year sent the bags along with cardboard boxes which had been emptied of replica kits and other club merchandise for forensic analysis.
Content includes information related to incident response and analysis, digital evidence and the law, forensic analysis for mobile devices, methods and tools for forensic investigation, event reconstruction, and case studies.
During these disputes, a CPA is often hired to perform a forensic analysis of the books to resolve the matter by determining economic damages.
Now, experts at the University of Leicester hope forensic analysis will shed new light on messaging quirks and uncover fictitious texts.

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