THE ROLE OF DIGITAL FORENSICS IN PROOF OF ILLEGAL CONTENT CRIMES
The purpose of this writing is to discuss the role of digital forensic in proof of illegal content crimes, a forensic role is needed to solve problems related to technology, because there are still very few digital forensic certified investigators (IT experts), because the author discusses how investigators identify digital evidence in cases of data fraud (illegal content) as well as how educators resolve issues of criminal data fraud (illegal content). The research approach uses normative juridical research methods. The type of research data is secondary data with primary legal material and secondary legal material. Data collection techniques in the form of library studies and data analysis techniques used are qualitative descriptive. The results of this study are the criteria of investigators in identifying digital evidence in cases of data forgery (Illegal Content) can be computers, hard disks, disk copies, flash disks, memory cards, sim cards or those that are printed out, or have been processed through a device certain networks, for example: computers in other forms in the form of coffee tracks from an activity using technology devices while investigator resolves the problem of criminal data fraud by conducting prevention in the form of educate users, modernizing national criminal law and its procedural law, which is harmonized with conventions international related to the crime; improve the national computer network security system according to international standards; increasing the understanding and expertise of law enforcement officials regarding efforts to prevent, investigate and prosecute cases related to cybercrime; increasing citizens' awareness of the problem of cybercrime and the importance of preventing such crimes from happening; enhance cooperation between countries, both bilaterally, regionally and multilaterally, in efforts to address cybercrime, including through extradition agreements and mutual assistance treaties.