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Tuesday, November 11 • 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Linux and Law Enforcement: Challenges and Opportunities - Joshua James, SoonChunHyang University

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Like all technology, Linux can be used for good or evil. Cybercrime and digital forensic investigators must be able to investigate Linux-based systems that have been attacked, or have been used for criminal purposes. While hackers have adopted Linux for its power and flexibility, Law Enforcement have mixed feelings about Linux and open source projects in general. This talk will discuss how both Law Enforcement and criminals are using Linux, current perceptions of Law Enforcement toward the use of Linux and community-developed software, and legal considerations about the use of open source tools in digital investigations.

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Joshua James

SoonChunHyang University
Dr. Joshua I. James is a visiting professor and researcher with the Digital Forensics Investigation Research Laboratory at SoonChunHyang University. He is also currently a consulting cybercrime expert for the United Nations, focusing on the request and exchange of digital evidence between countries. Coming from a background in network security and administration, his focus is now on the formalization and automation of digital forensic... Read More →


Tuesday November 11, 2014 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Kumkang 1 & 2

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