Posted: Wed Oct 31, 2007 9:09 pm Post subject: web survey on computer forensics and the law
We would like to invite you and your peers to participate in a cyber forensic web survey being conducted at Purdue University.
The purpose of this web survey is to identify the legal issues that are most important in the field of cyber forensics. The results of this survey will help in the development of standards that take into account the legal admissibility of digital evidence in a court law.
This research is be conducted by Sydney Liles and Marianne Hoebich of Purdue University.
Sydney Liles comes from a multi-disciplinary background with an undergraduate degree in Anthropology, a master of arts in History and a master of science in Computer Science. She has worked as a software engineer for many years as well as a professor of information technology for several universities since 1998. She is currently pursuing a PhD at Purdue University focusing on cyber forensics.
Marianne Hoebich comes from the San Francisco Bay Area and has over 10 years of business experience in high-technology companies. She is currently pursuing a master of Information Security at CERIAS at Purdue University. Her focus is on critical infrastructure protection and cyber forensics.
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