Digital forensics is an established research and application field. Various process models
exist describing the steps and processes to follow during digital forensic investigations.
During such investigations, it is not only the digital evidence itself that needs to prevail in a
court of law; the process followed and terminology used should also be rigorous and
generally accepted within the digital forensic community. Different investigators have
been refining their own investigative methods, resulting in a variety of digital forensic
process models. This paper proposes a standardized Digital Forensic Process Model to aid
investigators in following a uniform approach in digital forensic investigations.
A coordinated approach to digital forensic readiness (DFR) in a large organisation requires
the management and monitoring of a wide variety of resources, both human and technical.
The resources involved in DFR in large ...
The right to information privacy is considered a basic human right in countries that recognise the right to privacy. South Africa, and other countries that recognise this right, offer individuals legal protections for their ...
Karie, Nickson M.; Venter, Hein S.(Wiley-Blackwell, 2014-09)
Ontologies are widely used in different disciplines as a technique for representing and
reasoning about domain knowledge. However, despite the widespread ontology-related research activities
and applications in different ...