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How to Use Forensic Data to Improve Cybersecurity
What’s the first thing you think of when you hear the word “forensics?” Odds are, if you’re like most Americans, the first thing you thought about was a crime & mystery show like NCIS, CSI, or Law & Order. However, forensics plays a role in cybersecurity, too. Many network security experts use forensic data to improve cybersecurity. What is forensic data? And, how can you use it to improve cybersecurity for your organization? Defining Forensic Data for Cybersecurity. In defining what forensic data is and how it’s used, let’s compare it to how forensic analysis is used in crime dramas such as Law & Order. In forensics, detectives, medical examiners, and crime scene analysts attempt to identify and analyze evidence at a crime scene or on a body to establish the series of events. Each piece of evidence provides a data point that helps to clarify the sequence of events and, hopefully, reveal the culprit so they can be stopped from committing future crimes and be brought to justice.
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