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References

 

Publications

  • Alba, Manuel. (2014). Order out of chaos: technology, intermediation, trust, and reliability as the basis for the recognition of legal effects in electronic transactions. Creighton Law Review, Vol. 47, 387-521.
  • Altimari, Dave. (2018). All Evidence Turned Over As Fitbit Murder Case Moves Toward Trial. Hartford Courant, 20 July 2018. 
  • 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). Springer.
  • Baryamureeba, Venansius and Florence Tushabe. (2004). The Enhanced Digital Investigation Process Model. Proceedings of the Digital Forensic Research Conference (DFRWS) (Baltimore, Maryland, 11-13 August 2004). 
  • Bazin, Philippe. (2008). An Outline of the French Law on Digital Evidence. Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review, Vol. 5, 179-182.
  • Biasiotti, Maria Angela, Jeanne Pia Mifsud Bonnici, Joe Cannataci (eds.) (2018). Handling and Exchanging Electronic Evidence Across Europe. Springer.
  • Brunton, Finn and Helen Nissenbaum. (2016). Obfuscation: A User's Guide for Privacy and Protest. MIT Press.
  • Carrier, Brian and Eugene H. Spafford. (2003). Getting Physical with the Investigative Process. International Journal of Digital Evidence, Vol. 2(2).
  • Casey, Eoghan, Monique Ferraro, and Lam Nguyen. (2009). Investigation Delayed Is Justice Denied: Proposals for Expediting Forensic Examinations of Digital Evidence. Journal of Forensic Sciences, Vol. 54(6), 1353-1364.
  • Caviglione, Luca, Steffen Wendzel, and Wojciech Mazurczyk. (2017). The Future of Digital Forensics: Challenges and the Road Ahead. IEEE Security & Privacy, Vol. 15(6), 12-17.
  • Conlan, Kevin, Ibrahim Baggili, and Frank Breitinger. (2016). Anti-forensics: Furthering digital forensic science through a new extended, granular taxonomy. Digital Investigation Vol. 18, 66-75.
  • Conrad, Scott, Greg Dorn and Philip Craiger. (2010). Forensic analysis of a Playstation 3 console. Advances in Digital Forensics VI: IFIP International Conference on Digital Forensics (pp. 65-76). 
  • De La Torre, Gonzalo, Paul Rad, and Kim-Kwang Raymond Choo. (2018). Driverless vehicle security: Challenges and future research opportunities. Future Generation Computer Systems, available online 11 January 2018. 
  • Du, Xiaoyu, Nhien-An Le-Khac, and Mark Scanlon. (2017). Evaluation of Digital Forensic Process Models with Respect to Digital Forensics as a Service. 16th European Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security (Dublin, Ireland, June 2017). 
  • Duranti, Lucciana and Corrine Rogers. (2012). Trust in digital records: an increasingly cloudy legal area. Computer Law & Security Review, Vol. 28(5), 522-531.
  • Goode, Steven. (2009). The admissibility of electronic evidence. The Review of Litigation, Vol. 29, 1-64.
  • Kasper, Agnes and Eneli Lauritis. (2016). Challenges in Collecting Digital Evidence: A Legal Perspective. In Tanel Kerikmae and Addi Rull. The Future of Law and eTechnologies. Springer.
  • Kent, Karen, Suzanne Chevalier, Timothy Grance, and Hung Dang. (2006). SP 800-86. Guide to Integrating Forensic Techniques into Incident Response. National Institute of Standards and Technology
  • Le-Khac, Nhien-An, Daniel Jacobs, John Nijhoff, Karsten Bertens, Kim-Kwang, and Raymond Choo. (2018). Smart vehicle forensics: Challenges and case study. Future Generation Computer Systems, available online 7 June 2018. 
  • Liskiewicz, Macief, Rudiger Reischuk, and Ulrich Wolfel. (2017). Security levels in steganography - Insecurity does not imply detectability. Theoretical Computer Science Vol. 692(5), 25-45.
  • Maras, M.-H. (2014). Computer Forensics: Cybercriminals, Laws and Evidence (2nd edition). Jones and Bartlett.
  • Maras, Marie-Helen. (2017). Social Media Platforms: Targeting the "Found Space" of Terrorists. Journal of Internet Law, 21(2), 3-9.
  • Maras, Marie-Helen and Miranda, Michelle D. (2014). Forensic Science. In J. Backhaus (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Law and Economics. Springer.
  • Maras, Marie-Helen and Alexandrou, Alex. (2018). Determining Authenticity of Video Evidence in the Age of Artificial Intelligence and in the Wake of Deepfake Videos. International Journal of Evidence and Proof, published online 28 October 2018.
  •  Maras, Marie-Helen and Wandt, Adam. (2018). IoT Data Collection and Analytics. Presentation for FBI, DHS, and Secret Service agents and members of the National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance, at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York (2 May 2018).
  • McKemmish, Rodney. (2008). When is digital evidence forensically sound? Advances in Digital Forensics IV: IFIP International Conference on Digital Forensics (pp. 3-15). 
  • Palmer, G. (2001). DFRWS Technical Report: A Road Map for Digital Forensic Research. Digital Forensic Research Workshop. Utica, New York. 
  • Parkinson, M. J. and Matthew G. McKay. (2016). The Evolution of Vehicle Forensics. The Expert Witness, 31 May 2016.
  • Read, Huw, Elizabeth Thomas, Iain Sutherland, Konstantinos Xynos and Mikhaila Burgess. (2016). A forensic methodology for analyzing Nintendo 3DS devices. Advances in Digital Forensics XII: IFIP International Conference on Digital Forensics (pp. 127-143).
  • Reith, Mark, Clint Carr, and Gregg Gunsch. (2002). An Examination of Digital Forensics Models. International Journal of Digital Evidence, Vol. 1(3).
  • Shanmugam, Karthikeyan, Roger Powell and Tom Owens. (2011). An Approach for Validation of Digital Anti-Forensic Evidence. Information Security Journal: A Global Perspective 20(4-5), 219-230.
  • Valijarevic, Aleksandar and Hein S. Venter. (2015). A Comprehensive and Harmonized Digital Forensic Investigation Process Model. Journal of Forensic Sciences, Vol. 60(6), 1467-1483.
  • UK Association of Police Chiefs. (2012). ACPO Good Practice Guide for Digital Evidence
  • U.S. National Institute of Justice. (2008). Electronic Crime Scene Investigation: A Guide for First Responders , Second Edition.
  • U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology. Computer Forensics Tool Testing Program
 

Case

  • Regina (O) v. Coventry Magistrates Court [2004] EWHC 905.
 

Legislation

 
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