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social networks forensics using smartphones - Survey

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social networks forensics using smartphones - Survey

Post Posted: Tue May 17, 2016 10:53 am

Dear colleagues,

My name is Nermeen Abou Baker, I am conducting a survey as part of my final research project for my dissertation to obtain a MSc degree in Computer Security at the University of Liverpool. The aim of the study is an analysis study of social networks forensics using smartphones.

I am requesting your participation in the survey, to generate data necessary for the analysis of smartphone forensics. The target participants for the Survey are students, IT practitioners and workers of IT auditing or any IT security field. The survey will take about 15 -20 minutes to complete.
It includes five sections, with 22 questions in total, as:
Section 1: General Information
Section 2: Smartphone Information
Section 3: Social Networks Usage
Section 4: Start the digital forensics tools questions. If the respondents choose “Yes, I have”, they will continue the survey, otherwise “No, I have not” the survey will exit.
I need your help, especially with the last section please.

Thank you very much for your time and cooperation, I would really appreciate it. Your Feedback is vital in my research.

PLEASE NOTE: The survey is completely anonymous and I have to collect the results very soon.

Here is a link to the survey


Thank you for taking the time to participate in this study and feel free to forward this survey to anyone who might be interested in this research.  


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