lecture: Digital (Anti-)Forensics
Digital forensics is a well-established discipline within information technology and law enforcement. It is concerned with identification, acquisition, preservation, analysis, and presentation of digital evidence acceptable to courts of law. With the advance with digital forensics methods and tools, digital anti-forensics methods and tools also advance. In this session, I will introduce the audience to the basic concepts, methods, and tools used in digital (anti-)forensics. More specifically, the audience will be introduced to data hiding, artifact wiping, trail obfuscation, attacks against forensics methods and tools and indications of digital anti-forensics.
Start time: 16:00