Research toward a Partially-Automated, and Crime Specific Digital Triage Process Model

@article{Cantrell2012ResearchTA,
  title={Research toward a Partially-Automated, and Crime Specific Digital Triage Process Model},
  author={Gary Cantrell and David A. Dampier and Yoginder S. Dandass and Nan Niu and A. Chris Bogen},
  journal={Computer and Information Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={5},
  pages={29-38}
}
The digital forensic process as traditionally laid out begins with the collection, duplication, and authentication of every piece of digital media prior to examination. These first three phases of the digital forensic process are by far the most costly. However, complete forensic duplication is standard practice among digital forensic laboratories. The time it takes to complete these stages is quickly becoming a serious problem. Digital forensic laboratories do not have the resources and time… CONTINUE READING

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