Digital Forensics Readiness

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Ziela

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I am a newbie in my organization. I also a new learner of these digital forensics things and it's still confusing me. Recently, the organization having the investigation towards the privacy breach problem,so it's involving digital forensics investigation. Talking about digital forensics, that organization have digital forensics readiness of any issues that possibly will happen in their organization. Means that, they have the response team in the organization in order to minimize the cost instead of hiring outsider to solve the problem. I am curious about these matters:

a) Is there any insurance discounts for the cost involved in the investigation of the privacy breach even they have the response team?
b) The importance of training and education in this digital forensics. Should it be introduced widely to students/professionals/staffs?

Can anyone help to clarify my curiosity? :?
 

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