Friday, 28 June 2013

Memory Forensics

I’ve done a bit of work on memory forensics and found it interesting but complex. And, as a researcher and practitioner, I need to read and write a lot. Same goes to you out there, my dear colleagues. The least that you need to do is to read in order to keep yourself informed. Apart from the Advances in Digital Forensics book by IFIP Working Group 11.9, eForensics Magazine is another good resource for you (I’ve been interviewed by them and I’ve also contributed an article to them).

If you are interested in memory forensics, you can refer,

Sunday, 16 June 2013

iOS Forensics: How can we recover deleted image files with timestamp in a forensically sound manner?

For further info,

More digital forensics research papers in the future :) for practitioners and researchers.