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Following the forensic track to find evidence of wrongdoings

Policies that allow the use of devices not belonging to a company and the outsourcing of IT can cause problems during investigations

22nd May, 2016
Vivienne Mee of VM Forensics

It’s a nightmare scenario for any company – a staff member has done something potentially illegal using company assets but there’s no way to prove it. Maybe they’ve used a work phone or e-mail account to send abusive messages, stolen company secrets or have otherwise committed an act of gross maleficence.

The problem is, the staff member can’t be fired without strong evidence of the wrongdoing. So what can...

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