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Remote digital forensics practices


  • Damir Delija

    () (Insig2, Zagreb, Croatia)


In this paper, the idea of remote digital forensics is introduced, its benefits and possible drawbacks are presented. It is important to understand it is more a recognition of existing state of the affairs than introducing a new concept. Various aspects of forensically sound remote approach are described with references to tools and practices. Relations to other digital forensic fields are presented and highlighted with aim to recognize distributed work and parallelism in modern digital forensic as existing practice close to remote forensics.

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  • Damir Delija, 2017. "Remote digital forensics practices," International Journal of Digital Technology and Economy, Algebra University College, vol. 2(1), pages 27-36, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:alg:jijdte:v:2:y:2017:i:1:p:27-36

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