- digital forensics,
- organization & administration,
- journal articles,
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This data article presents an analysis of 100 journal articles on digital forensics and "organization & administration" within the realm of law, collected from Lens.org spanning 2012 to 2022. The study aimed to quantify the presence of articles related to these keywords, revealing the University of Edinburgh as the top institution and political science as the most active field. Eoghan Casey and Olivier Ribaux emerged as prolific authors, while the United Kingdom stood out as the most active country, and Elsevier as the primary publisher. This dataset provides valuable insights for further research on digital forensics and its intersection with human-focused aspects.
- Identifies top institution and most active field of study
- Recognizes prolific authors contributing to the domain
- Highlights the active country and leading publisher in the field
Keywords: digital forensics, organization & administration, journal articles, law, Lens.org
- V. Toom, "Bodies of science and law: forensic DNA profiling, biological bodies, and biopower," Journal of law and society, vol. 39, 2012.
- J. Spink, D. C. Moyer, H. Park, and J. A. Heinonen, "Defining the types of counterfeiters, counterfeiting, and offender organizations," Crime Science, vol. 2, 2013.
- Y. Danidou and B. Schafer, "Trusted computing and the digital crime scene," Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law, vol. 8, 2014.
- H. M. A. van Beek, E. J. van Eijk, R. B. van Baar, M. Ugen, J. N. C. Bodde, and A. J. Siemelink, "Digital forensics as a service," Digital Investigation, vol. 15, 2015.
- O. Ribaux, F. Crispino, O. Delémont, and C. Roux, "The progressive opening of forensic science toward criminological concerns," Security Journal, vol. 29, 2016.
- E. Enzinger and G. S. Morrison, "Empirical test of the performance of an acoustic-phonetic approach to forensic voice comparison under conditions similar to those of a real case," Forensic Science International, vol. 277, 2017.
- D. De Widt and P. Panagiotopoulos, "Informal networking in the public sector: Mapping local government debates in a period of austerity," Government Information Quarterly, vol. 35, 2018.
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- D.-O. J. Chiffelle, E. Casey, and J. Bourquenoud, "Tamperproof timestamped provenance ledger using blockchain technology," Forensic Science International: Digital Investigation, vol. 33, 2020.
- N. T.-Machado, F. R.-Martinez-Basile, F. C.-Amate, and L. J. R.-Lopez, "Protocolo de informática forense ante ciber incidentes en telemedicina para preservar información como primera respuesta," Revista Científica General José María Córdova, vol. 19, 2021.