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This indicates that the components that make up an average or 6. The requirements of the profession could be looked at as a triad Figure 1. Figure 1: Forensic Skills Triad An average forensic investigator must possess 6. The current [IEEE as cited by [10]]. Academic and training status quo where short digital forensic courses institutions need to fuse soft skills and not that offer little emphasis on practical matters overly depend on technical components of their and skills has created a pool of substandard curriculum [2], [20], [21].

Digital Forensics graduates that still need extensive training and should not be seen just as a technical science experience to be able to discharge their duties but viewed as a profession that requires the effectively [19].

Ianuzzi as cited by [14] argues practitioners to solve problems, have social that the development of automated software is skills as co-investigators [2]. There is experience and knowledge leading to lower a need for developing a reasonably flexible, quality investigations.

Shah as cited by [14] living and substantiated digital forensic skills emphasises the need for strategic skills for framework similar to how ISACA set standards investigators, human instinct and intellectual for their family of professional certifications.

As much as automation their legal system, enactments, evidence processes this data into more meaningful admissibility issues, privacy issues among information, the investigator needs to make other things. In South Africa legislation and inferences, analyse trends, timelines and be able Acts such as the Criminal Procedure Act, to come up with conclusions based on factual Electronic Communications Transactions Act, data.

Software tools alone are not able to join Registration and Interception of the pieces of the puzzle let alone pick Communications Act, the Constitution and everything out missing evidence from images other laws are usually applicable to the digital and other relevant facts. It is when the forensic process.

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Too much inadmissible. Digital forensic practitioners are emphasis on technical skills by course also expected to understand case law which providers leaves graduates with little or no helps them understand what could build or ability to solve real life problems [2].

Digital destroy digital evidence. The Daubert case is forensic practitioners need strong analytical an example of a case where one can understand skills as they need to interpret data and basic elements to consider in choosing formulate justifiable conclusions [21].

Like any other computer or to testify in court as expert witnesses. Various consortiums and organisations are working Digital forensic tools are application programs towards standardising and certifying these and utilities that automate various or specific tools.

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One such effort was the National digital forensic functions. The skills set of those developing would otherwise have been impossible to tools has also come under scrutiny [11]. It is acknowledged that automation results in reduction in costs and 5.

Some of the functions performed by digital forensic The demand for digital forensic investigators is tools include: When a tool- d File and Data recovery including centric approach is adopted, the quality of unallocated space ; digital forensic work is compromised resulting e Data Analysis; in sub-standard investigations [14].

When f Network and Mobile Forensics amongst an Digital forensic practitioners have little or no arsenal of other functions; understanding of forensic technicalities, they Growth in data warehouses, the development of fail to explain the processes and evidence can cloud computing and the increasing reliance of be rendered inadmissible and easily challenged businesses on data for decision making means by defence lawyers, state prosecutors and large data sets need powerful and efficient experts.

It is against this background that this software tools [26], [4]. Amongst some of the requirements tools achieve their results. Besides the ability put forward by international forums is the to use software tools, forensic practitioners requirement for practitioners to have obtained must understand the underlying functions of the formal education such as a degree and technology as well as how data is organised and undergone training as well as professional interpreted [27].

This indicates that the components that make up an average or 6. The requirements of the profession could be looked at as a triad Figure 1.

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Figure 1: Forensic Skills Triad An average forensic investigator must possess 6. The current [IEEE as cited by [10]]. Academic and training status quo where short digital forensic courses institutions need to fuse soft skills and not that offer little emphasis on practical matters overly depend on technical components of their and skills has created a pool of substandard curriculum [2], [20], [21].

Digital Forensics graduates that still need extensive training and should not be seen just as a technical science experience to be able to discharge their duties but viewed as a profession that requires the effectively [19]. Ianuzzi as cited by [14] argues practitioners to solve problems, have social that the development of automated software is skills as co-investigators [2].

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As much as automation their legal system, enactments, evidence processes this data into more meaningful admissibility issues, privacy issues among information, the investigator needs to make other things. In South Africa legislation and inferences, analyse trends, timelines and be able Acts such as the Criminal Procedure Act, to come up with conclusions based on factual Electronic Communications Transactions Act, data.

Software tools alone are not able to join Registration and Interception of the pieces of the puzzle let alone pick Communications Act, the Constitution and everything out missing evidence from images other laws are usually applicable to the digital and other relevant facts. It is when the forensic process.

Too much inadmissible.

Digital forensic practitioners are emphasis on technical skills by course also expected to understand case law which providers leaves graduates with little or no helps them understand what could build or ability to solve real life problems [2].

Digital destroy digital evidence. The Daubert case is forensic practitioners need strong analytical an example of a case where one can understand skills as they need to interpret data and basic elements to consider in choosing formulate justifiable conclusions [21].

Like any other computer or to testify in court as expert witnesses.

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It also produces a report based on the evidence. Then it analyzes and reviews the data to generate the complied results based on reports. The current [IEEE as cited by [10]].

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