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forensics

n. public speaking or argumentation.

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Scott is a gifted consultant, and brings a wealth of forensics skills to our organization.
This market research study focuses on the global digital forensics market and provides estimation in terms of revenue (USD Billion) from 2015 to 2021.
Having Jim Vaughn join Silicon Forensics is a natural fit," said Jack Su, CEO of Silicon Forensics.
The new building has been designed after years of touring the world's top police forensics labs and closely studying investigative methods.
The "International Journal of Digital Crime and Forensics," to be launched in early 2009 by The Idea Group, will cover the latest developments in the area of digital crime and forensics with an emphasis on those disciplines that use electronic devices and software for crime prevention and investigation.
If you are interested in a forensics curriculum, you can preview a similar concept for free by using Court TV's Forensics in the Classroom (FIC).
the tidal wave of interest in detective stories and television forensics shows.
Fish and Wildlife Service's Forensics Laboratory in Ashland, Oregon--the only lab in the world dedicated solely to solving wildlife crimes.
According to the company, Forager has been designed for professional forensics investigators and fills an important gap in the commercial forensics software market.
Forensics is rekindling the curiosity in environmental science," says Eric Cherry, environmental forensics practice leader with the Ohio-based consulting firm of Hull & Associates.
By selecting a network-enabled forensics product, administrators can remotely search for known-bad file hash values, recover deleted files, or search files and disks for keywords.
But as computer forensics and electronic discovery--its legal-oriented practice subset--are becoming more a part of the litigation fabric, lawyers, CPAs and other professionals are exclaiming, "I wish I understood this a month ago.