On behalf of digital-liechtenstein.li, the University of Liechtenstein conducted a representative survey with companies and administrative agencies in Liechtenstein and evaluated the results. The study shows a high risk of cyberattacks for Liechtenstein as a business location and advocates joint efforts by the country and industry to prevent cyberattacks and to raise awareness of security […]
Thank you to my co-author David Palmbach from the University of New Haven (CT, US) for doing your masters project with me which resulted in the the article: Artifacts for detecting timestamp manipulation in NTFS on Windows and their reliability. The paper will be presented at the Digital Forensics Research Conference (DFRWS EU) in Oxford in […]
Thank you to my co-authors Vitor Hugo Galhardo Moia and Marco Aurélio Amaral Henriques from the University of Campinas (Brazil) for helping with the article: The impact of excluding common blocks for approximate matching . The article can be accessed here. It is also available for free until January 15th, 2020 here.