Forensics vs. Data Recovery vs. Data Preservation

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1. Digital forensics is a feild where police get data out of an electronic device to solve a case (ex. Murder, terrorism). Basically think of it as detectives.
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1. Digital forensics is a field where police get data out of an electronic device to solve a case (ex. Murder, terrorism). Basically think of it as detectives.
2. Data Recovery is the recovery of personal data from deletion, encryption, or frogotton passwords/passcodes. Think of it as getting priceless photos undeleted.
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2. Data Recovery is the recovery of personal data from deletion, encryption, or forgotten passwords/passcodes. Think of it as getting priceless photos undeleted.
 
3. Data Preservation/Archival is archiving or preserving data so that you can access it in the future or for heritage.
 
3. Data Preservation/Archival is archiving or preserving data so that you can access it in the future or for heritage.
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Latest revision as of 18:25, 10 May 2022

1. Digital forensics is a field where police get data out of an electronic device to solve a case (ex. Murder, terrorism). Basically think of it as detectives. 2. Data Recovery is the recovery of personal data from deletion, encryption, or forgotten passwords/passcodes. Think of it as getting priceless photos undeleted. 3. Data Preservation/Archival is archiving or preserving data so that you can access it in the future or for heritage.

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