Two professors in Purdue University’s College of Technology who research digital forensics recently received grants to fund projects that will make it easier for law enforcement officials to gather and evaluate potentially illegal pictures, documents or information from computers, cell phones and other digital devices. Marcus Rogers, an associate professor in the Department of Computer and Information Technology, and Richard Mislan, an assistant professor in the department, received $440,000 from the National Institute of Justice for two projects: one that is currently being used and tested and another in the conceptual stage…
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