Reply To: OCU C)DFE D Week 05 Discussion

Kevin Mehok


Great job with data collection and management thoughts for your discussion, which is very important during an incident or accident. The two end results of determining and incident and / or accident have two very different intentions. This is why I feel that we need to take a Risk Management perspective to properly determine if an act occurred with malice or not. Reporting to our leadership an incident or / accident in this modern era could create a potential HR nightmare even with simply reporting evidence as digital forensics examiner. An accident is easily preventable, but an incident may be far more complexed or complicated.

God Bless,



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