Graeme Horsman

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A novel concept for improving the trustworthiness of results obtained from digital investigations is presented. Case Based Reasoning Forensic Auditor (CBR-FA) is a method by which results from previous digital forensic examinations are stored and reused to audit current digital forensic investigations. CBR-FA provides a method for evaluating digital(More)
The United Kingdom is witnessing some of the highest volumes of motor vehicle traffic on its roads. In addition, a large number of motor vehicle traffic accidents are reported annually, of which it is estimated that a quarter involve the illegal use of a hand-held mobile device by the driver. Establishing whether mobile phone usage was a causal factor for(More)
— While still relatively young the use of digital forensics in criminal investigations is increasing. This has prompted law enforcement agencies to look at developing more efficient techniques for investigating digital media. Triage tools are seen as the next generation of digital forensics investigatory technologies. However, such tools are still lacking(More)
The role of triage in digital forensics is disputed, with some practitioners questioning its reliability for identifying evidential data. Although successfully implemented in the field of medicine, triage has not established itself to the same degree in digital forensics. This article presents a novel approach to triage for digital forensics. Case-Based(More)
A novel concept for approaching digital investigations is presented. User-contributory case-based reasoning (UCCBR) is a method by which previous results from digital forensic (DF) examinations are stored and reused in future investigations. The advantages of a UCCBR system are discussed which include implementing UCCBR as an auditing tool, a method for(More)
With an increasing demand for online privacy, most mainstream Internet browsing applications now offer a service to prevent the local storage of browsing metadata. Termed ‘private browsing’, this functionality has attracted much attention, both from the media and academic scientific research communities. The effectiveness of these privacy(More)
Motivated by the concerns expressed by many academics over difficulties facing the digital forensic field, user-contributory case-based reasoning (UCCBR); a method for auditing digital forensic investigations is presented. This auditing methodology is not designed to replace a digital forensic practitioner but to aid their investigation process, acting as a(More)
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