Advances in Digital Forensics XI: 11th IFIP WG 11.9 by Gilbert Peterson, Sujeet Shenoi

By Gilbert Peterson, Sujeet Shenoi

Digital forensics bargains with the purchase, renovation, exam, research and presentation of digital proof. Networked computing, instant communications and conveyable digital units have multiplied the position of electronic forensics past conventional machine crime investigations. essentially each crime now consists of a few point of electronic proof; electronic forensics presents the innovations and instruments to articulate this facts. electronic forensics additionally has myriad intelligence functions. moreover, it has an essential function in info coverage -- investigations of safeguard breaches yield invaluable details that may be used to layout safer systems.

Advances in electronic Forensics XI describes unique study effects and leading edge purposes within the self-discipline of electronic forensics. moreover, it highlights a number of the significant technical and felony matters regarding electronic facts and digital crime investigations.

The components of insurance include:

Themes and Issues
Internet Crime Investigations
Forensic Techniques
Mobile machine Forensics
Cloud Forensics
Forensic Tools

This ebook is the 11th quantity within the annual sequence produced by means of the overseas Federation for info Processing (IFIP) operating team 11.9 on electronic Forensics, a world group of scientists, engineers and practitioners devoted to advancing the cutting-edge of analysis and prac

tice in electronic forensics.

The publication features a number of twenty edited papers from the 11th Annual IFIP WG 11.9 foreign convention on electronic Forensics, held in Orlando, Florida within the wintry weather of 2015.

Advances in electronic Forensics XI is a crucial source for researchers, college contributors and graduate scholars, in addition to for practitioners and members engaged in examine and improvement efforts for the legislations enforcement and intelligence communities.

Gilbert Peterson, Chair, IFIP WG 11.9 on electronic Forensics, is a Professor of computing device Engineering on the Air strength Institute of know-how, Wright-Patterson Air strength Base, Ohio, USA.

Sujeet Shenoi is the F.P. Walter Professor of computing device technological know-how and a Professor of Chemical Engineering on the collage of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA.

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Bertaux, C. Nicolle and M. Kechadi, A complete formalized knowledge representation model for advanced digital forensics timeline analysis, Digital Investigation, vol. 11(S2), pp. S95– S105, 2014. [9] F. Cohen, Digital Forensic Evidence Examination, Fred Cohen and Associates, Livermore, California, 2009. [10] P. Garbolino, Historical narratives, evidence and explanations, in Explanation, Prediction and Confirmation, The Philosophy of Science in a European Perspective, Volume 2, D. Dieks, W. Gonzales, S.

Chapter 3 USING YIN’S APPROACH TO CASE STUDIES AS A PARADIGM FOR CONDUCTING EXAMINATIONS Oluwasayo Oyelami and Martin Olivier Abstract At the heart of any forensic science discipline is the need to ensure that a method applied in the discipline is based on a factual foundation or valid scientific method. In digital forensics, the aim of an examination is to make consistent inferences about events with high certainty. The highest state of inference is a determination of causality. Two scientific methods that can be applied in digital forensic examinations to determine causality are experimentation and case studies.

The framework incorporates seven categories and more than thirty classes of analysis techniques for formulating or testing digital forensic hypotheses. Before going into the details of Carrier’s categories, it is instructive to use an example [7] to understand the conceptual relationships between the categories and the purposes for which the hypotheses in the categories are formulated. Example: A computer is suspected of having been used to download contraband pictures from the Internet. Lower-level hypotheses are formulated about the time that the system was operational and the technical (operational) capabilities of the system.

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