One of our articles has just been posted on Forensic Focus. This is just the introduction.
In this article we’ll describe the complete workflow for image and video forensics. In fact, just like computer forensics is not only simply copying and looking at files, forensic video analysis is broad and complex and there are many steps that are commonly missed and rarely taken into account. It can be quite overwhelming if we think of all the tasks related to analysis. As a forensic video analyst, it is important to be aware of all the possible steps needed for a really complete analysis. This way, you can stay organized and minimize the possibility of skipping or missing steps. Also, if you do have to go to court, you have an outline that serves as the basis of your presentation.
It is important to remember that the job of a forensic video analyst does not start and end with viewing and enhancing a video. It’s more complex than that. You must identify the data, decode it properly, document the process, compare it with other material, and then go to court. Since digital data is really just a collection of bits, below is an outline of a process around working with these bits what you need to do with the bits.
Read the full article on Forensic Focus.