Multi-Perspective Cybercrime Investigation Process Modeling

@inproceedings{Roger2012MultiPerspectiveCI,
  title={Multi-Perspective Cybercrime Investigation Process Modeling},
  author={A Roger},
  year={2012}
}
Several works have been carried out in the domain of cybercrime investigation. Each of the resulting models is based on a set of activities that should be performed in order to obtain the required evidences that are needed in the court for prosecution. In the literature, three processes have been highlighted for the digital forensic investigation based on a current situation; they include proactive, active and reactive processes. However, none of the defined approaches for investigation has… CONTINUE READING

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