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A comparison of major issues for the development of forensics in cloud computing

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Title of host publicationProceedings 2013 8th International Conference for Internet Technology and Secured Transactions (ICITST)
DatePublished - Dec 2013
Pages77--82
Original languageEnglish
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-908320-20-9

Abstract

Cloud computing has become an increasingly important
resource in recent years, with the provision of easy
to use on demand resources attracting many
users. The way the cloud delivers its services
brings with it some problem areas such as security,
and in particular the ability to look into these
problems in digital forensic investigations. In this
paper we look at a number of important areas in the
area of cloud forensics. We look at the
stakeholders, the possible designs which may aid
cloud forensics, and the big issues in the area —
many being big data issues concerning the recording,
storage and acquisition of data. We provide a
comparison between how the designs will perform with
regard to these issues, and look at how the
competing demands of stakeholders on these issues
will require a balance in order for the development
of cloud forensics.

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