Common Investigation Process Model for Internet of Things Forensics

  title={Common Investigation Process Model for Internet of Things Forensics},
  author={Muhammed Ahmed Saleh and Siti Hajar Othman and Arafat Al-dhaqm and Mahmoud Ahmad Al-Khasawneh},
  journal={2021 2nd International Conference on Smart Computing and Electronic Enterprise (ICSCEE)},
Internet of Things Forensics (IoTFs) is a new discipline in digital forensics science used in the detection, acquisition, preservation, rebuilding, analyzing, and the presentation of evidence from IoT environments. IoTFs discipline still suffers from several issues and challenges that have in the recent past been documented. For example, heterogeneity of IoT infrastructures has mainly been a key challenge. The heterogeneity of the IoT infrastructures makes the IoTFs very complex, and ambiguous… 

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