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Writing in the current issue of the International Journal of Digital Evidence, UF doctoral student Mark Foster proposes a new and improved method of computer crime solving, called â€œprocess forensics.â€
â€œIf a guy walks into a bank and robs it, leaving footprints behind or his fingerprints on the counter, the forensic analyst would come in and find those traces of what happened,â€ said Foster. In the same way, process forensics merges two existing types of digital evidence â€“ intrusion-detection and checkpointing technology â€“ to give an investigator the most possible information to crack a case, said Foster, a computer science and engineering student conducting the research for his dissertation with UF professor of computer science Joseph Wilson, who co-wrote the paper.
Although computer malfunctions remain the most common cause of file loss, data recovery experts say human behaviour still is to blame in many cases.
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The licensed private investigator, with more than two decades of experience in computer forensics, is the go-to guy when companies need to analyze and retrieve information stored on a computer in such a way that the information can be used as evidence in a court of law.
â€œThis,â€ he said, pointing to his cell phone, â€œis increasingly becoming a piece of digital evidence that has to be investigated.â€
Computer forensics research, which looks for evidence about crimes in electronic media, is a hot topic at Purdueâ€™s School of Technology.
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