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). 

After 40 years, mainstays like file … Read more

Forensic Analysis Of Xiaomi IoT Ecosystem

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Good evening. My name is Evangelos Dragonas and today we’ll talk about the Forensic Analysis of Xiaomi IoT Ecosystem. Before I begin, let me introduce myself. I live in Greece where I work as a digital forensics examiner. Currently I … Read more

Forecasting Developments in Crime and Terrorism

Ladies and gentlemen, my name is Kacper Gradon, and I will introduce the notion of the so-called future crimes in relation to the practices of the law enforcement and intelligence services.

For the purpose of my work, I’ll call the … Read more

The Use of Object Traces in a Connected World

Hello everybody. My name is Hannes Spichiger. I’m a PhD student at the University of Lausanne and I’m here to talk to you about how connected devices change the use of object traces.

Now, as you are all aware, there … Read more

Research Roundup: Problem Solving In Digital Forensics

Digital forensics research last month fell fairly neatly into two categories, each of which sought to solve bigger problems in the field. In the first category is ensuring quality via frameworks such as service levels, better supporting first responders, reporting, … Read more

Internet Of Things Mobility Forensics

by K M Sabidur Rahman & Matt Bishop (University of California Davis) and Albert Holt (NSA)

Abstract

The Internet of Things (IoT) comes with great possibilities as well as major security and privacy issues. Although digital forensics has long been … Read more

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