Gaëtan Michelet: So good morning, everyone. Today I will present the project we are working on with Frank Breitinger and Graham Horsman. This project is “Towards a working definition and classification for automation in the context of digital forensic”. … Read more
Bruce Nikkel: …paper of the session is from Jens-Petter Sandvik and his colleagues at NTNU, and it’s on “Quantifying Data Volatility for IoT Forensics With Examples From Contiki OS.”
Jens-Petter: Yeah. Thank you. So, I’m Jens-Petter Sandvik and … Read more
Bruce Nikkel: Okay, thanks everyone. I hope you enjoyed the break. Welcome to the first session: session one, with the theme of file system forensics. We have two interesting papers in this session. The first one is a systematic … Read more
April’s lineup of scholarly articles continues the conversation around measuring reliability of forensic sciences; revisits the topic of learning and education in the pandemic era; and as always, offers new technical insights, as well as a look at forensic science … Read more
Apart from the papers presented at the Digital Forensics Research Workshop (DFRWS), March also saw additional work from around the globe. This month’s roundup takes a look at:
- Integrating cognitive psychology into forensic practice
- Research exploring how digital forensic
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).
After 40 years, mainstays like file … Read more
Christa: No professional in any discipline is free from bias, but how it affects decision making, especially decisions around a criminal suspect’s liberty is the topic of several years worth of research by Nina Sunde. Nina is a PhD fellow … Read more
February’s publications continued a trending topic in recent research: establishing reliability in forensic science as a whole, and digital forensics particularly. Even as some works explored the decryption of encrypted data, and the use of “hacked” data from encrypted devices, … Read more
Hello everyone. My name is Aikaterini Kanta and I’m a PhD student with University College, Dublin and the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre, and I’m very glad to be here today at DFRWA USA 2021 to present to you our … Read more
Hi, I’m Jaehyeok Han from South Korea. I’m going to talk about data acquisition from web based service, without password, and I used credential attack. Before presentation, I’d like to appreciate this opportunity to show our study, following contents I’ve … Read more
Hi, everyone. Thank you DFRWS for having me, and thank you for your interest in this short presentation. These are observations from a little side quest that I had to do within my PhD. Here, let me take away the … Read more
Hi everyone. My name is Gabriel Souza, and now I will present a paper to the Digital Forensic Workshop USA, and the article is entitled “Using Micro-Services and Artificial Intelligence to Analyze Images in Criminal Evidences.” So, this work has … Read more
As digital forensics moves toward a more established presence within the forensic sciences, 2022 starts off on an existential note thanks to a set of papers exploring digital forensic expertise and process, and the language used to describe both.
Technical … Read more
Hi, my name is Jens-Petter Sandvik and I’m a PhD student at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU for short). In addition to trying to finish a PhD, I’m working for the Norwegian police in the national cyber crime … Read more
Hello, and welcome to our talk on Time Well-Spent: Precision Timing, Monotonic Clocks, and the PowerLogs Database for iOS.
As you might’ve guessed, we both work for Magnet Forensics, and this is the story of our research journey through PowerLogs … Read more
Human complexity lies at the heart of so much of digital forensics – both the artifacts that offer insights into people’s motives, means, and opportunity to commit wrongdoing, and the investigations that reveal them.
Our research roundup for the end … Read more