An Event-Based Digital Forensic Investigation Framework ∗

@inproceedings{Carrier2004AnED,
  title={An Event-Based Digital Forensic Investigation Framework ∗},
  author={Brian D. Carrier and Eugene H. Spafford},
  year={2004}
}
In this paper, we present a framework for digital forensics that includes an investigation process model based on physical crime scene procedures. In this model, each digital device is considered a digital crime scene, which is included in the physical crime scene where it is located. The investigation includes the preservation of the system, the search for digital evidence, and the reconstruction of digital events. The focus of the investigation is on the reconstruction of events using… CONTINUE READING
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