By Mark Pollitt (auth.), Kam-Pui Chow, Sujeet Shenoi (eds.)
Advances in electronic Forensics VI describes unique examine effects and cutting edge functions within the self-discipline of electronic forensics. furthermore, it highlights the various significant technical and felony matters relating to electronic proof and digital crime investigations. The parts of assurance comprise: topics and concerns, Forensic strategies, web Crime Investigations, stay Forensics, complex Forensic ideas, and Forensic instruments. This e-book is the 6th quantity within the annual sequence produced through the overseas Federation for info Processing (IFIP) operating team 11.9 on electronic Forensics, a world neighborhood of scientists, engineers and practitioners devoted to advancing the cutting-edge of study and perform in electronic forensics. The ebook features a collection of twenty-one edited papers from the 6th Annual IFIP WG 11.9 foreign convention on electronic Forensics, held on the college of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China, in January 2010.
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Criminals have recognized the value of distributed and collective eﬀorts. Their payoﬀs will be signiﬁcantly larger as the value of access and information grows along with society’s dependence on the information infrastructure. Everyone (and their information) everywhere will be at risk at all times. Safety and security will be constantly threatened. To counter these threats, digital forensic tools will have to improve. To overcome the sheer volume, the tools will have to be automated. In addition to performing data recovery, the tools will need to have built-in analytical capabilities, enabling important items to be identiﬁed without having to view every item.
This implies that the examiner must have knowledge, skills, education, training, and experience suited to the use of the tools they apply. DFE examination has few advanced students and teachers and, as a result, produces “niche experts,” who are of limited utility. It has many niche experts who can potentially speak to very narrow domains and it has expert claimants who profess expertise beyond their actual knowledge, skills, education, training, and experience. Indeed, DFE examination as a ﬁeld has too few “real experts” at this time.
As a working assumption, the DFE examiner should assume that each system and situation is in fact diﬀerent from others. Experience is a great teacher, but it can be misleading. Care must be exercised in not over-interpreting the data. And when the interpretation is unclear, reconstruction is a viable and worthwhile approach for gaining additional data. All interpretation should also be made within the context of information physics, and with the working assumption that every interpretation will be tested against information physics and refuted if it is inconsistent.