Methodology of Implementation of Computer Forensics

Gelev, Saso and Golubovski, Roman and Hristov, Risto and Nikolov, Elenior (2013) Methodology of Implementation of Computer Forensics. In: Зборник на трудови: Прва меѓународна научна конференција „Влијанието на научно – технолошкиот развиток во областа на правото, економијата, културата, образованието и безбедноста во Република Македонија“. Универзитет „Евро-Балкан“, Скопје. ISBN 978-608-4714-05-7

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Abstract

Compared to other sciences, computer forensics (digital forensics) is a relatively young discipline. It was established in 1999 and it has been an irreplaceable tool in sanctioning cybercrime ever since. Good knowledge of computer forensics can be really helpful in uncovering a committed crime. Not adhering to the methodology of computer forensics, however, makes the obtained evidence invalid/irrelevant and as such it cannot be used in legal proceedings. This paper is to explain the methodology of implementing computer forensics in the way that one can obtain valid and indisputable evidence that can be used in the process of proving the committed crime. In the Republic of Macedonia there has been no serious investigation of this problem so far. This paper will hopefully inspire a number of young enthusiasts to delve into the field. Compared to other sciences, computer forensics (digital forensics) is a relatively young discipline. It was established in 1999 and it has been an irreplaceable tool in sanctioning cybercrime ever since. Good knowledge of computer forensics can be really helpful in uncovering a committed crime. Not adhering to the methodology of computer forensics, however, makes the obtained evidence invalid/irrelevant and as such it cannot be used in legal proceedings. This paper is to explain the methodology of implementing computer forensics in the way that one can obtain valid and indisputable evidence that can be used in the process of proving the committed crime. In the Republic of Macedonia there has been no serious investigation of this problem so far. This paper will hopefully inspire a number of young enthusiasts to delve into the field.

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: Natural sciences > Computer and information sciences
Divisions: Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Depositing User: Roman Golubovski
Date Deposited: 10 Feb 2014 14:10
Last Modified: 07 Apr 2014 12:27
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/9147

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