This module is a resource for lecturers
The following readings are (mostly open source) required readings that should be completed before taking a class based on this Module:
Materials with this icon can be found in the E4J Library of Resources.
- Antwi-Boasiako, Albert and Hein Venter. (2017). A Model for Digital Evidence Admissibility Assessment. G. Peterson and S. Shenoi. (eds.). Advances in Digital Forensics (pp. 23-38).
- Casey, Eoghan. (2011). Digital Evidence and Computer Crime: Forensic Science, Computers and the Internet , 3rd Edition. Academic Press.
- European Network of Forensic Science Institute. (2015). Best practice manual for the forensic examination of digital technology. ENFSI-BPM-FIT-01.
- European Union Agency for Network and Information Security. (2014). Electronic Evidence - A Basic Guide for First Responders Good Practice Material for CERT First Responders.
- European Union Agency for Network and Information Security. (2016). Forensic Analysis Network Incident Response Toolset, Document for Students.
- European Union Agency for Network and Information Security. (2013). Identification and Handling of Electronic Evidence Handbook, Document for Teachers.
- Kao, Da-Yu. (2016). Cybercrime investigation countermeasure using created-accessed-modified model in cloud computing environments. The Journal of Supercomputing, Vol. 72(1), 141-160.
- Kizza, Joseph Migga. (2013). Computer Crime Investigations and Ethics. In: Ethical and Social Issues in the Information Age, fifth edition. Springer; Chapters 4 and 15.
- Maras, Marie-Helen. (2014). Computer Forensics: Cybercriminals, Laws, and Evidence . Jones and Bartlett. Chapters 9-14.
- Nelson, Bill, Amelia Phillips, and Christopher Steuart. (2016). Guide to Computer Forensics and Investigations , 5th Edition. Cengage Learning.
- Sammons, John. (2012). The Basics of Digital Forensics: The Primer for Getting Started in Digital Forensics . Syngress.
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