Digital Forensics Research: The Next 10 Years
MetadataShow full item record
Today's Golden Age of computer forensics is quickly coming to an end. Without a clear strategy for enabling research efforts that build upon one another, forensic research will fall behind the market, tools will become increasingly obsolete, and law enforcement, military and other users of computer forensics products will be unable to rely on the results of forensic analysis. This article summarizes current forensic research directions and argues that to move forward the community needs to adopt standardized, modular approaches for data representation and forensic processing.
DFRWS 2010, Portland, OR, August 2010The article of record as published may be found at http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.diin.2010.05.009Refereed Conference Paper
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Use of Attribution and Forensic Science in Addressing Biological Weapon Threats: A Multi-Faceted Study Bidwell, Christopher A.; Bhatt, Kishan (Federation of American Scientists, 2016-02);The threat from the manufacture, proliferation, and use of biological weapons (BW) is a high priority concern for the U.S. Government. As reflected in U.S. Government policy statements and budget allocations, deterrence ...
Woods, Kam; Lee, Christopher A.; Garfinkel, Simson; Dittrich, David; Russell, Adam; Kearton, Kris (AFDSL, 2011-05-25);We present work on the design, implementation, distribution, and use of realistic forensic datasets to support digital forensic and security education. We describe in particular the "M57-Patents" scenario, a multi-modal ...
Garfinkel, Simson (2012);Digital Forensics XML (DFXML) is an XML language that enables the exchange of structured forensic information. DFXML can represent the provenance of data subject to forensic investigation, document the presence and ...