Crime Science and Digital Forensics
A Holistic View
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Crime science and digital forensics: A holistic view, is a collation of articles which contribute to the discourse on counter forensics practices and digital investigative methods from a crime science perspective. The book also shares alternative dialogue on information security techniques used to protect data from unauthorised access and manipulation. Scandals at OPCW and Gatwick Airport have reinforced the importance of Crime Science and the need to take proactive measures rather than a wait and see approach currently used by many organisations. This book is intended as a platform for showcasing a new approach to dealing with cybercrime and unsociable behavior involving remote technologies using a combination of evidence-based disciplines in order to enhance cybersecurity and authorised controls.
The book starts by providing a rationale for combining selected disciplines to enhance cybersecurity by discussing relevant theories and highlighting the features that strengthen privacy when mixed. The book then presents in a series of 12 chapters, innovative techniques from a crime science standpoint that enhance cybersecurity. The essence of a holistic model is brought about by the challenge facing digital forensic professionals within environments where tested investigative practices are unable to provide satisfactory evidence and security. The editors conclude by illustrating foregoing contributions, as well as topical areas of digital forensic research, to proposition future pathways for the combined disciplines. This book will be of much interest to students, digital forensic and cyber security practitioners and policy makers. It marks a new route in the study of combined disciplines to tackle cybercrime using digital investigations and crime science.
Table of Contents
PART 1: CRIME SCIENCE
Unraveling the Notre-Dame Cathedral Fire in Space and Time: An X-coherence Approach
Rafael Padilha, Fernanda A. Andaló, Luís A. M. Pereira, Anderson Rocha
Using Gesture Recognition to Prevent Drowning: A Crime Science Perspective
Anthony C. Ijeh
Modelling Criminal Investigation: Process, Quality and Requirements
Stig Andersen, Jens P. Fossdal, and Oslo Police District
Digital Investigation and the Trojan Défense, Revisited
Golden G. Richard III, Andrew Case, Modhuparna Manna, Elsa A. M. Hahne, Aisha Ali-Gombe
PART 2: DIGITAL FORENSICS
Law Enforcement Agencies in Europe and the use of Hacking Tools During Investigations: Some Legal Informatics, Civil Rights and Data Protection Issues.
Mobile Forensics – Tools, Techniques and Approach
Digital Forensics of Cyber Physical Systems and the Internet of Things
Sandhya Armoogum, Patricia Khonje, Xiaoming Li
Social Media Crime Investigation and Forensic Analysis
PART 3: CYBER SECURITY
Bayesian Networks and Cyber-crime Investigations
Richard E. Overill, and Kam-Pui Chow
The Future of Democracy in a Cyber-Security Framework
Marios P. Efthymiopoulos, Kleanthis Kyriakidis
Is it a Cyber Security Strategy for Social Development?
Anthony C Ijeh
NATO’s Current and Future Cyber-Defence Adaptability
Marios P. Efthymiopoulos
Anthony C. Ijeh is an Assistant Professor of Information Security and Digital Forensics. His experience spans time in academia, government, and industry. Dr Ijeh is engaged in a broad portfolio with particular interest in crime and harm reduction. He has authored publications in both academic and practitioner journals, edited books, and international conference proceedings. Dr Ijeh has organised workshops sponsored by IEEE and the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences relating to Cyber Security and Artificial Intelligence and Co-chaired steering committees of international conferences sponsored by Springer. He is a serving Technical Program Committee (TPC) member of renowned international conferences. He has reviewed journals including JBHSR. He has delivered keynotes, invited guest speeches, and served in organising committees for several flagship conferences. He is recipient of awards from Institute of Engineering and Technology (2018, 2017, 2009), British Computer Society (2010), The Research Council (TRC) Oman (2013), Royal Academy of Engineering (2010), and E-Synergy (2010). He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Information Security and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He earned his doctorate from University of East London in 2011 and is a recipient of the IEEE (UK and RI) best doctoral thesis in communication technology award.
Kevin Curran is a Professor of Cyber Security, Executive Co-Director of the Legal innovation Centre and group leader of the Cyber Security and Web Technologies Research Group at Ulster University. He sits on the Advisory Group of the UK Cyber Security Council and the Northern Ireland Civil Service Cyber Leadership Board. His achievements include winning and managing UK & European Framework projects and Technology Transfer Schemes. Professor Curran has made significant contributions to advancing the knowledge and understanding of computer networks and security, evidenced by over 850 publications. Google Scholar lists his citations as 8200 with h-index of 37 and i10-index of 123. He was the recipient of an Engineering and Technology Board Visiting Lectureship for Exceptional Engineers and is an IEEE Public Visibility technical expert since 2008. He was the founding Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Ambient Computing and Intelligence and is also a member of numerous Journal Editorial boards and international conference organising committees. He is a regular contributor to print, online, radio & TV news on computing & security issues and is one of the most interviewed technology experts in the UK with over 2000+ interviews in recent years https://kevincurran.org/interviews/.