Automated Analysis for Digital Forensic Science: Semantic Integrity Checking

@inproceedings{Stallard2003AutomatedAF,
  title={Automated Analysis for Digital Forensic Science: Semantic Integrity Checking},
  author={Tye Stallard and Karl N. Levitt},
  booktitle={ACSAC},
  year={2003}
}
When computer security violations are detected, computer forensic analysts attempting to determine the relevant causes and effects are forced to perform the tedious tasks of finding and preserving useful clues in large networks of operational machines. To augment a computer crime investigator’s efforts, the approach presented in this paper is an expert system with a decision tree that uses predetermined invariant relationships between redundant digital objects to detect semantic incongruities… CONTINUE READING
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