With respect to cybercrime, the crime scene is not limited to the physical location of digital devices used in the commissions of the cybercrime and/or that were the target of the cybercrime. The cybercrime crime scene also includes the digital devices that potentially hold digital evidence, and spans multiple digital devices, systems, and servers. The crime scene is secured when a cybercrime is observed, reported, and/or suspected. The first responder (discussed in Cybercrime Module 5 on Cybercrime Investigations) identifies and protects the crime scene from contamination and preserves volatile evidence by isolating the users of all digital devices found at the crime scene (e.g., holding them in a separate room or location) (Casey, 2011; Sammons, 2012; Maras, 2014; Nelson, Phillips, and Steuart, 2015; see "Note" box below). The users must not be given the opportunity to further operate the digital devices. Neither should the first responder nor the investigator seek the assistance of any user during the search and documentation process. The investigator, if different from the first responder, searches the crime scene and identifies the evidence. Before evidence is collected, the crime scene is documented. Documentation is needed throughout the entire investigative process (before, during, and after the evidence has been acquired). This documentation should include detailed information about the digital devices collected, including the operational state of the device - on, off, standby mode - and its physical characteristics, such as make, model, serial number, connections, and any markings or other damage (Casey, 2011; Sammons, 2012; Maras, 2014; Nelson, Phillips, and Steuart, 2015). In addition to written notes, sketches, photographs and/or video recordings of the crime scene and evidence are also needed to document the scene and evidence (Maras, 2014, pp. 230-233).
The ProArt B650-Creator supports multi-card configurations for expandability and flexibility in various professional workload scenarios such as 3D animation, video editing, audio production and SSD storage capacity upgrades.
Nodegrid Serial Console product line consolidates and manages attached devices via Serial Port Connection including servers, network routers and switches, storage, PDUs, UPSs, and any other device with a serial port.
Virtual Machines which are managed by VMWare vCenter or run on ESXi can be discovered and managed. The process will regularly scan vCenter or the ESXi host and detect newly added Virtual Machines.The virtual machines can either be added as type virtual_console_vmware or virtual_serial_port. See Appendix A: Configuring Virtual Serial Port (vSPC) on VM Servers 2b1af7f3a8