Digital Forensics as a Service: A game changer

  title={Digital Forensics as a Service: A game changer},
  author={R. B. van Baar and H. M. A. van Beek and E. J. van Eijk},
  journal={Digital Investigation},
DFRWS is dedicated to the sharing of knowledge and ideas about digital forensics research. Ever since it organized the first open workshop devoted to digital forensics in 2001, DFRWS continues to bring academics and practitioners together in an informal environment. As a non-profit, volunteer organization, DFRWS sponsors technical working groups, annual conferences and challenges to help drive the direction of research and development. 
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