A hierarchical, objectives-based framework for the digital investigations process

@article{Beebe2005AHO,
  title={A hierarchical, objectives-based framework for the digital investigations process},
  author={Nicole Beebe and Jan Guynes Clark},
  journal={Digital Investigation},
  year={2005},
  volume={2},
  pages={147-167}
}
Although digital forensics investigations can vary drastically in their level of complexity, each investigative process must follow a rigorous path. Previously proposed frameworks are predominantly single-tier, higher order process models, focusing on the abstract, rather than more concrete principles of the investigation. We contend that these frameworks, although useful in explaining overarching concepts, require additional detail in order to be useful to investigators and researchers. We… CONTINUE READING
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