663/M14DF/ Trends and Future Directions

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Over the years, several models for selling software have emerged, including Software as a Service (SaaS)—where a provider licenses software to customers as a “service on demand” through a subscription model, often delivered via a “Cloud” architecture.

  • What difficulties might an investigator run into when attempting to collect forensics evidence where Software as a Service (SaaS) was utilized?
  • Additionally, describe the “Cloud” and what problems it may pose to the forensic investigator.
In preparing your response, include at least one source fromprofessional or academic literature—such as articles from peer-reviewed journals and relevant textbooks.


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TRENDS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS

Trends and Future Directions
Many people and business use software applications which they run on their premises
and are not located where they live or do business this is what is referred as Software as a
Service (SaaS). The data and servers used by the individual when accessing the application they
usually run on the vendor data center and not on the data...


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