An Extended Model of Cybercrime Investigations

@article{Ciardhuin2004AnEM,
  title={An Extended Model of Cybercrime Investigations},
  author={Seamus O. Ciardhu{\'a}in},
  journal={IJDE},
  year={2004},
  volume={3}
}
A comprehensive model of cybercrime investigations is important for standardising terminology, defining requirements, and supporting the development of new techniques and tools for investigators. In this paper a model of investigations is presented which combines the existing models, generalises them, and extends them by explicitly addressing certain activities not included in them. Unlike previous models, this model explicitly represents the information flows in an investigation and captures… CONTINUE READING
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