Currently, the process of archive digitization, especially from paper archives to digital format, is an option for companies to store their documents more efficiently and effectively. In addition, it can make document retrieval easier. However, although digitization is supported by Regulation No. 8 of 1997 on electronic documents, according to Hadiwardoyo (2001), the archives digitization process is not necessarily supported by the readiness of other legal instruments. Hadiwardoyo¹ argues that archive digitization involves two main things: the security of the media technology digitization device and the legal considerations related to the validity of the evidence in court. This research explores how the quality of the archive digitization process, especially in government, can be improved so that it is not just an effort toward e-governance but also acceptable for auditing as part of digital forensics.
|Name||Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research|
|Conference||3rd International Conference on Vocational Higher Education (ICVHE 2018)|
|Period||2/08/18 → 4/08/18|
- digital forensics
- archive digitization