Sorren presented a paper on the ‘Use of Organisational Topologies for Forensic Investigations’ at the 1st International Workshop on Software Engineering and Digital Forensics (SERF) co-located with ESEC/FSE 2017. The paper puts forth theidea of using the topology of an organisation’s structure to define the roles and responsibilities to assist with handling a forensic investigation. The paper was commended for highlighting the valuable insights that can be gained from analysing organisational workflows.
Doctor! Doctor! My Smartphone Says I’m Sick!
George Presents ‘Doctor! Doctor! My Smartphone Says I’m Sick!’ at Pint of Science 2017. His presentation revealed that we have way to much information on our phones.
George is now on the Editorial board of Digital Investigation
Digital Investigation is The International Journal of Digital Forensics and Incident Response which supports open access.
“Article of the Week”
Our paper entitled “LiveBox: A Self-Adaptive Forensic-Ready Service for Drones” was featured as the IEEE Access “Article of the Week”. The work is a collaboration with our colleagues at the…
Congratulations Dr Mazen!
Mazen Azzam successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled ‘Physics-based Early Warnings for Forensic Readiness in Industrial Control Systems‘ on 30th May 2022. His external examiner was Prof. Ernesto Damiani, the…
Bashar gives opening keynote address at RE’19 in South Korea
Bashar Nuseibeh delivered the opening keynote at RE’19, the 27th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, which was held in Jeju Island, South Korea, between 23-27 September 2019. Bashar’s talk, entitled…
Liliana Presents Evidence Preservation Requirements at ESEC/FSE 2017
Liliana Pasquale presented her paper titled ‘On Evidence Preservation Requirements for Forensic-ready Systems‘ at the 11th Joint Symposium of the European Software Engineering Conference and the Foundations of Software Engineering…