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According to NIST, which step in the digital forensics process involves drawing conclusions from data?

  • collection
  • examination
  • analysis
  • reporting
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NIST describes the digital forensics process as involving the following four steps:
Collection – the identification of potential sources of forensic data and acquisition, handling, and storage of that data.
Examination – assessing and extracting relevant information from the collected data. This may involve decompression or decryption of the data.
Analysis – drawing conclusions from the data. Salient features, such as people, places, times, events, and so on should be documented.
Reporting – preparing and presenting information that resulted from the analysis. Reporting should be impartial and alternative explanations should be offered if appropriate.

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