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scott at scottainslie.me.uk
Tue Nov 14 20:34:27 UTC 2017
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I'm intending to publish a term paper. I'm in the midst of outlining
its remit, but I hope that the outcome benefits the organization and
users from the standpoint of computer forensic science.
I specialize in digital forensic science, and hold a Certificate of
Higher Education in Digital Forensics, and a CERT Digital Forensics
Professional Certificate from Carnegie Mellon University's Software
Its been half a decade since the organization published a term paper
assessing the Web browser from the standpoint of computer forensic
science, and I feel that undertaking it again might be beneficial. I
intend to refer to it as a basis for the term paper I'm authoring, as
there are aspects of it I feel I can embellish.
I feel it might be best if I focus upon a single platform because I'll
be able to conduct more in-depth research. I'm also able to access a
lot of resources that I hope might enrich the term paper.
I thought it might be useful and beneficial to coordinate the
independent research I'm undertaking and I'd be grateful for
cooperation and topics for discussion.
Scott Ainslie <scott at scottainslie.me.uk>
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