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dc.contributor.authorTrigo, Santiago
dc.contributor.authorPodestá, Ariel
dc.contributor.authorRuiz de Angeli, Gonzalo
dc.contributor.authorConstanzo, Bruno
dc.contributor.authorCurti, Hugo
dc.contributor.authorAlberdi, Juan Ignacio
dc.contributor.authorCastellote, Martín
dc.contributor.authorDi Iorio, Ana Haydée
dc.description.abstractThe rise of digital crime as an inevitable consequence of the transversality of technology in all aspects of life has generated until today -and will keep doing so in the future- the need for the Justice to have adequate tools to give answers to society. Digital Forensics is the branch of forensics sciences that provides the means to find solutions in crimes where technology takes a key role, be it as a method, mean or end. One of the biggest challenges in this discipline is when potentially unknown malware is involved in the case. As malware can be varied in characteristics and the threats it poses, its analysis is difficult, and drawing conclusions challenging. For this reason, it is imperative to have a guideline that provides a valid framework to act upon and analyze digital evidence originating from a malware infected device and obtain conclusive indicators that enrich the experts witness work.en_US
dc.publisherLACCEI Inc.en_US
dc.rightsLACCEI License
dc.subjectdigital forensicsen_US
dc.subjectmalware analysisen_US
dc.subjectinformation securityen_US
dc.titleSearching for IOCs in Forensic Evidence
dc.description.institutionUniversidad FASTAen
dc.description.trackI.T, Telecom, Soft. Eng, IoT, Ind. 4.0, Forensic Informatics, Security, Cybersecurity and Comp toolsen

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    The Eighteen LACCEI International Multi-Conference for Engineering, Education Caribbean Conference for Engineering and Technology.

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