Developing a Conceptual Approach for an Emerging Academic Discipline

@inproceedings{Broucek2001DevelopingAC,
  title={Developing a Conceptual Approach for an Emerging Academic Discipline},
  author={Vlasti Broucek and Paul Turner},
  year={2001}
}
Forensic computing (FC) is an emerging academic discipline that is difficult to define. This paper attempts to define taxonomy and interrelationships between specific academic and scientific disciplines involved. First, it provides a review of recent forensic computing literature and presents a taxonomy of the emerging field based on the contributions of authors from a number of disciplines including computer security, computer law and information systems management. Second, this paper conducts… CONTINUE READING
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