The aim of this paper is to further support with evidence the ability to create a standardised digital forensic methodology for all investigations of all digital artefacts in the global environment. The industry acknowledges that the current methodologies are not adequate for the needs of the fast-changing environment of digital forensics, and a key driver will be the development of the reputation of digital forensics as a field of science. Alongside this will be the global acceptance of standard legislation that will deal with cyber-crimes in an unbiased judicious manner.
|Number of pages||12|
|Journal||Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law|
|Publication status||In preparation - Feb 2019|