Reply To: OCU C)DFE D Week 05 Discussion

Kelly Crooks

Kevin, nice post. I like how you broke down the nature of the risks. I think I have mentioned this in previous posts and classes but I sometimes think companies or organizations don’t think they are prone to risk or the problems associated with risk. While none of us ever wants to be the victim of risk, making sure we have the right procedures and protocols in place to minimize that risk will help us be better security officers and digital forensic examiners.


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