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sedi

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May 19, 2018
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Hi guys,

If legal enforcement agency is hired to do investigation in a company, is there any computer forensic readiness to guarantee the information and issue is not spread out to the public?

Thank you in advance.
 

azuleonyx

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I do not think 'forensic readiness' is what would be used here. This is more in the realm of Human Resources, Public Affairs Offices, or company lawyer. However, even though it might not be either considered 'forensic readiness,' adding some information about public disclosure to the documentation/resources would be helpful if the company is worried about it.

NDA, as stated above, should prevent law enforcement to not spread out in public, but at the same time, depending on the investigation types, you maybe required to report the investigation officially to the public (such as in data breaches--depending on locality of the breached company).
 

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