Cyber-crime investigations: Complex collaborative decision making

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Authors: Bednar, P.M., Katos, V. and Hennell, C.

Journal: Proceedings - 3rd International Annual Workshop on Digital Forensics and Incidents Analysis, WDFIA 2008

Pages: 3-11

ISBN: 9780769533629

DOI: 10.1109/WDFIA.2008.7

This paper reports on the challenges computer forensic investigators face in relation to collaborative decision making, communication and coordination. The opportunities, operational environment and modus operandi of a cyber criminal are considered and used to develop the requirements in terms of both skill sets and procedural support a forensics investigator should have in order to respond to the respective threat vectors. As such, we show how a published framework for systemic thinking can be fit for purpose for supporting the collaborative enquiry and decision making process. © 2008 IEEE.

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Authors: Bednar, P.M., Katos, V., Hennell, C., Katsikas, S. and Patel, A.

Journal: THIRD INTERNATIONAL ANNUAL WORKSHOP ON DIGITAL FORENSICS AND INCIDENT ANALYSIS: WDFIA 2008, PROCEEDINGS

Pages: 3-+

ISBN: 978-0-7695-3362-9

DOI: 10.1109/WDFIA.2008.7

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