Design of a Framework for the Best Practices in Computer Forensics within the Cybersecurity Infrastructure in the Regulated Industry
Vázquez Ruiz, Eduardo
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We cannot ignore the fact that hackers have been evolving and growing to the level that there are more hackers with the attraction to do evil than Ethical Hackers. Cyber-attacks are a growing threat for companies, and these do not discriminate the size of industry or the sector to which it belongs, so in reality no company or person is immune to an attack of this type. This article is focused directly on the design of a Framework based on the join of the most important systems Cybersecurity and Forensic Analysis to avoid attacks in regulated industries and if we were already attacked, we know how to solve them. As we can see later in section 2, the technology has been evolved in an advanced way in the last ten years and along with this, there is the evolution of cyber-attacks. During this Article we will be able to appraise the important concepts within the good practices in the industry and see an incorporation of these in a Framework that unites the cyberindustry and the Forensic analysis, so that the use of this format can facilitate the industry incorporate their methodologies without them being affected. Key Terms ⎯ Cybercrime, Digital Evidence, Digital Investigations, Framework.