With the abundance of cybercrime activities, the significance of the digital forensics process and digital evidence has rapidly increased in cybercrime investigation.
Digital forensics is the process of acquiring the digital evidence from the computing device and preserving, investigating, analyzing, and presenting the evidence legally to the court against cybercrime.
The main objective of digital forensics is to perform the standardized investigation process to present the digital evidence, which indicates the malicious person who is responsible for the crime event.
With the rapid proliferation in the sophistication and volume of malicious crime especially, financial crime, the organizations need to prevent the crime on the front lines against the malicious threat.
The advancements in Information Technology (IT) enhance the way people are active with organizations in terms of exchanging financial or sensitive information. Consequently, the opportunity of launching malware has increased to extract sensitive information.
Hence, detecting crime activities is one of the important prevention and investigation research areas in malware forensics.
Computer Science and Engineering, Computer Science, Computer applications, Information Technology and Computer Networks
Computer Science and Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Networks and Information Technology