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Characterizing Loss Of Forensic Information Due To Abstraction Layers

Friday, November 17, 2017 (12:19:09)

Characterizing Loss Of Forensic Information Due To Abstraction Layers

Thomas Glanzmann discusses his research at DFRWS EU 2017.

Glanzmann: Characterizing loss of digital evidence due to abstraction layers. So what we did is we created a [formal] model mapping different layers and analyzing what gets lost due to abstraction layers.

Yeah, Felix Freiling is from the [FAU] and Hans P. Reiser is from the University of Passau. I’m self-employed, I work as a trainer [on-site] with IT infrastructure, areas of [virtualization, storage network], and backup. And also providing [web] environments. And I am in the process of becoming a PhD student.

This is our agenda for today. We introduce some charts and we talk about contributions, definitions, and identify the model in practice, and then we come to the conclusions.

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