Intelligence and Security Informatics

Volume 5075 of the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science pp 288-297

Computer Forensics and Culture

  • Yi-Chi LinAffiliated withSchool of Computer Information and Science, University of South Australia
  • , Jill SlayAffiliated withDefence and Systems Institute (DASI), University of South Australia
  • , I. -Long LinAffiliated withDepartment of Information Management, Central Police University

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Based on theory gained from the science and culture research domain, this paper considers the relationship between computer forensic science and culture. In order to develop a theoretical relationship between computer forensics and culture, this paper examines computer forensics as science and discusses the universal nature of science. It points to an ongoing cross-cultural work being carried out among computer forensic experts in Australia and Taiwan.


Computer Forensics Culture