Burden of proof spells good news for VM Forensics
Companies are enlisting the help of the IT forensics specialist to investigate suspicious behaviour among their employees
Not all IT security threats originate outside the organisation – but for companies that suspect an employee may be breaching the terms of their contract, proving wrongdoing can be a complicated matter.
Making an accusation without proof can leave a company open to potentially costly litigation. It’s for this reason that companies that specialise in IT forensics are seeing their fortunes improve – there is growing appreciation for the importance of establishing proof beyond doubt....
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