DFRWS-EU 2022: The Future of Digital Forensics Is Now

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Moving digital forensics forward in terms of methods and frameworks, as well as organizational and cross-cultural collaboration, was an overarching theme of this year’s European Union edition of the Digital Forensics Research Workshop (DFRWS). 

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Teaching the Next Generation of Cyber Sleuths

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Hello, I’m Darryl Pfeif and I’m going to talk to you about our research project — ‘Introducing Digital Forensics in Secondary School’. This project was recorded with funding from the national science foundation and wouldn’t have been possible without the … Read more

A Forensic Analysis of Micromobility Solutions

Hey everyone! My name is Niclas Hilgert and today I would like to talk about forensic analysis of micromobility solutions. And in case you’re wondering, what exactly is the micro mobility solution? Something like this: an e-scooter, for example, or … Read more

Digital Forensics Research: Recapping DFRWS-EU 2021

Held virtually once again in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Digital Forensics Research Workshop Virtual Europe (DFRWS-EU) embodied its vision of cultivating an inclusive, transdisciplinary approach in both program and activities by featuring 10 of the 29 research paper … Read more

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