Andy Jones

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[1] The fourth assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) includes a comparison of observation-based and modeling-based estimates of the aerosol direct radiative forcing. In this comparison, satellite-based studies suggest a more negative aerosol direct radiative forcing than modeling studies. A previous satellite-based study,(More)
All organisations, whether in the public or private sector, use computers for the storage and processing of information relating to their business or services, their employees and their customers. A large proportion of families and individuals in their homes now also use personal computers and, both intentionally and inadvertently, often store on those(More)
Recent studies in Australia and the United Kingdom indicate that a broad cross-section of organisations are failing to adequately protect or erase confidential data stored on hard disk drives before subsequent disposal. Over 90% of hard disks that were examined as a result of the two Independent studies were in an easily recoverable state with some drives(More)
  • Andy Jones, Nigel Carson, Anna Ferrier-Hodgson, Matthew Sorell
  • 2010
Adelaide, South Australia, bringing together over 70 digital forensics researchers and practitioners, and lawyers with an interest in the impact of digital evidence. Twenty technical papers were presented on a diverse range of technical topics including Voice and Telephony, Image Analysis, Investigative Tools and Practice, and Legal Considerations. The(More)
All organisations, whether in the public or private sector, increasingly use computers and other devices that contain computer hard disks for the storage and processing of information relating to their business, their employees or their customers. Individual home users also increasingly use computers and other devices containing computer hard disks for the(More)