Opinion - Without clarity you will fail

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Some readers will recall that I can be a bit picky when using terms to describe things. We run into confusion when we are vague about terms and descriptions. This can be especially troublesome when we are handling an incident and adrenaline is running high.

A good example comes from the forensics world: chain of custody versus chain of evidence. Often we see these two terms used interchangeably. They actually have very different meanings. Chain of evidence is the chain of events that led to the incident. The chain can be temporal (this happened, ...

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