Most infosec forensics investigators walk a fine line. They must adhere to specific institutional processes, which, in many cases, are state and federal requirements. But they must also use a certain amount of pragmatism since no two investigations are exactly alike. So while there may be a corporate best practice of collecting log files from all systems, that approach doesn’t make sense if what you need is a single line of code from a log file to get you to the next level of the investigation, explains Richard Rushing, CISO of Motorola Mobility.
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