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School: School of Law, Criminal Justice and Computing
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Digital forensic practitioner experience
My research interests include computer security and in particular malware artefact analysis. My PhD explored the confidence placed in tools used to conduct malware investigations in a criminal investigation context. Thesis available here. Few of the tools available to investigate malware are designed for forensic use and their scientific reliability is unknown. My work looks to propose a framework for evaluating these tools and hence introduce a greater level of scientific rigor within the courtroom.
I have been teaching part-time since 1995 where I started teaching GCSE Maths in the FE sector. Over the years I have taught web design, programming and since 2008 I have been an Associate Lecturer for the Open University on their Digital Forensics programme. I am a Chartered Engineer (CEng), a member of the British Computer Society (MBCS), a Chartered Information Technology Professional (CITP).
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