Snap Forensics: A Tradeoff between Ephemeral Intelligence and Persistent Evidence Collection

Yu, Yijun and Tun, Thein (2017). Snap Forensics: A Tradeoff between Ephemeral Intelligence and Persistent Evidence Collection. In: SERF '17 Proceedings of the 1st ACM SIGSOFT International Workshop on Software Engineering and Digital Forensics (Alrajeh, Dalal and Pasquale, Liliana eds.), ACM, New York pp. 10–11.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/3121252.3121255

Abstract

Digital evidence needs to be made persistent so that it can be used later. For citizen forensics, sometimes intelligence cannot or should not be made persistent forever. In this position paper, we propose a form of snap forensics by defining an elastic duration of evidence/intelligence validity. Explicitly declaring such a duration could unify the treatment of both ephemeral intelligence and persistent evidence towards more flexible storage to satisfy privacy requirements.

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