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Digital Forensics and Cyber Crime

Third International ICST Conference, ICDF2C 2011, Dublin, Ireland, October 26-28, 2011, Revised Selected Papers

  • Pavel Gladyshev
  • Marcus K. Rogers
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Conference proceedings ICDF2C 2011

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Cybercrime Investigations

  3. Mobile Device Forensics

    1. Kelly A. Cole, Ramindu L. Silva, Richard P. Mislan
      Pages 36-46
    2. Eric Katz, Richard Mislan, Marcus Rogers, Anthony Smith
      Pages 47-61
    3. Thomas Schaefer, Hans Höfken, Marko Schuba
      Pages 62-76
    4. S. Satheesh Kumar, Bibin Thomas, K. L. Thomas
      Pages 77-88
  4. New Developments in Digital Forensics

    1. Ahmed F. Shosha, Joshua I. James, Pavel Gladyshev
      Pages 131-140
    2. Frank Breitinger, Harald Baier
      Pages 141-155
  5. Short Papers

    1. Sean Thorpe, Indrakshi Ray, Indrajit Ray, Tyrone Grandison, Abbie Barbir, Robert France
      Pages 156-171
    2. Matthew Levendoski, Tejashree Datar, Marcus Rogers
      Pages 172-179
    3. Anthony Keane, Stephen O’Shaughnessy
      Pages 188-196
  6. Digital Forensics Techniques

    1. Alexander G. Barnett
      Pages 197-210
    2. Gyu-Sang Cho, Marcus K. Rogers
      Pages 211-225
    3. Toshinobu Yasuhira, Kazuhiro Nishimura, Tomofumi Koida
      Pages 226-237

About these proceedings


This book contains a selection of thoroughly refereed and revised papers from the Third International ICST Conference on Digital Forensics and Cyber Crime, ICDF2C 2011, held October 26-28 in Dublin, Ireland. The field of digital forensics is becoming increasingly important for law enforcement, network security, and information assurance. It is a multidisciplinary area that encompasses a number of fields, including law, computer science, finance, networking, data mining, and criminal justice. The 24 papers in this volume cover a variety of topics ranging from tactics of cyber crime investigations to digital forensic education, network forensics, and the use of formal methods in digital investigations. There is a large section addressing forensics of mobile digital devices.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Pavel Gladyshev
    • 1
  • Marcus K. Rogers
    • 2
  1. 1.School of Computer Science and InformaticsUniversity College DublinDublinIreland
  2. 2.Department of Computer and Information TechnologyPurdue UniversityWest LafayetteUSA

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