[DFSci] Announcing an exciting issue of Digital Investigation

Eoghan Casey eoghan at disclosedigital.com
Mon Oct 2 02:41:16 PDT 2017


We are excited to announce the new issue of Digital Investigation, which is packed full of impressive knowledge. The papers include a deep dive on Apple's new file system (APFS), a novel triage-carving technique, and an overview of RDAP, the successor to WHOIS. In addition, this issue provides a technical foundation for the emerging standard for representing and exchanging cyber-investigation information (CASE), illustrated using parts of the Oresteia Greek tragedies. Furthermore, the first of a series of articles dealing with SmartCities from security and forensic perspectives has been made available open access.

We invite you to read these and other informative papers in Digital Investigation:


Eoghan Casey
Professor of Digital Forensic Science and Investigation

Ecole des Sciences Criminelles (ESC)
Université de Lausanne
CH-1015 Lausanne-Dorigny

Journal of Digital Investigation

Board of Directors, Secretary
Digital Forensic Research Conference (DFRWS)

Community Project Coordinator
Cyber-investigation Analysis Standard Expression (CASE)

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