Forensics investigation challenges in cloud computing environments

@article{Damshenas2012ForensicsIC,
  title={Forensics investigation challenges in cloud computing environments},
  author={Mohsen Damshenas and Ali Dehghantanha and Ramlan Mahmod and Solahuddin bin Shamsuddin},
  journal={Proceedings Title: 2012 International Conference on Cyber Security, Cyber Warfare and Digital Forensic (CyberSec)},
  year={2012},
  pages={190-194}
}
Cloud computing discusses about sharing any imaginable entity such as process units, storage devices or software. The provided service is utterly economical and expandable. Cloud computing attractive benefits entice huge interest of both business owners and cyber thefts. Consequently, the “computer forensic investigation” step into the play to find evidences against criminals. As a result of the new technology and methods used in cloud computing, the forensic investigation techniques face… CONTINUE READING
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