Introduction to Digital Forensics — Education, Research, and Practice Minitrack


K. Nance, M. Bishop, and A. Phillips, “Introduction to Digital Forensics — Education, Research, and Practice Minitrack,” Proceedings of the 46th Hawaii International Conference on System Science p. 4879 (Jan. 2016).



The field of digital forensics has evolved to allow security professionals to examine evidence from the increasing plethora of digital devices to help determine what individuals might have done in the past. The evidence collected is used in a wide variety of settings: from corporate server farms to police raids on criminals’ houses to the modern battlefield, and now to international cloud environments. This year, we are taking a unique approach to the minitrack. We accepted four papers for presentation in the Digital Forensics — Education and Research Minitrack. In addition, we are presenting an Open Forum with an international cadre of speakers addressing an important emerging issue in digital forensics.

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DOI: 10.1109/HICSS.2013.288