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Table Of Contents  CertiGuide to Security+
 9  Chapter 5:  Operational/Organizational Security (Domain 5.0; 15%)
      9  5.6  Computer Forensics

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5.6.2  Preservation of Evidence

This sub domain follows very closely to the previous domain, 5.6.1 Chain of Custody. For detailed guidelines follow the footnote to Army Regulation 195.5, Evidence Procedures456.

Preserving evidence in a legally defensible manner requires that:

  • The handling, labeling and storage of evidence are critical.

  • “Everything” must be 'bagged and tagged'

  • “Everything” must be stored in an evidence room that has:
    • Low traffic

    • Restricted Access

    • Camera monitoring with the output captured on long play video recorders.

    • Sign In & Sign Out for chain of custody

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456. http://www.usapa.army.mil/pdffiles/r195_5.pdf

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