Seminario di Informatica: “Digital Forensics: Overview and Research Issues”

Giovedì 22 Febbraio 2018, ore 10:00 - Aula 1C150 - Antonio Barili


Giovedì 22 Febbraio 2018 alle ore 10:00 in Aula 1C150, Antonio Barili (Università di Pavia) terrà un seminario dal titolo “Digital Forensics: Overview and Research Issues”.

On August, 2001 the first Digital Forensic Research Workshop (DFRWS) was held in Utica, New York. The workshop was attended by over 50 researchers, computer forensic examiners, and analysts. Its major goal was to establish a research community that would apply the scientific method in finding focused near-term solutions driven by practitioner requirements and addressing longer term needs. More than 15 years later, despite the impressive advances in the field, the number of technical and scientific issues has grown bigger and LEAs' forensic labs suffer from an unprecedented technical resource shortage and increasing backlogs. The seminar will provide an overview and 'state of the art' of the field of Digital Forensics and address a few of the current research issues, namely those arising from the huge amount of data to be processed and from 'semantic' text mining.

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