Today we are surrounded by numerous digital devices that are used globally for various purposes. These devices store and save our data which can be accessed by cyber-criminals to commit fraud, issue a threat, infiltrate the system, and many more. These digital devices, as pointed out by NFSTC (2013), include not only computers and cell phones but also any other technological device that can process and store data. The process of identifying, preserving, analyzing, and presenting the data from these devices is known as Digital Forensics.

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