Dataset: Uncovering Trends in Digital Forensics and Criminal Law Research: A Decade of Insights Dataset: Mengungkap Tren dalam Penelitian Forensik Digital dan Hukum Pidana: Satu Dekade Wawasan
- digital forensics,
- criminal law,
- scholarly works,
- research trends,
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This data article explores the landscape of digital forensics and criminal law research from 2012 to 2022 by analyzing scholarly works available on Lens.org. By applying various filters such as release year, document type, and field of study, we identified 23 relevant journal articles. The analysis revealed insights into the most active institutions, authors, and publishers in the field, as well as the most prolific countries/regions. These findings offer a valuable resource for researchers, policymakers, and practitioners interested in digital forensics and criminal law.
- A decade-long analysis of digital forensics and criminal law research from 2012 to 2022.
- Identification of the most active institutions, authors, publishers, and countries/regions in the field.
- Valuable insights for researchers and practitioners interested in digital forensics and criminal law.
- J. Collie, “Digital forensic evidence—Flaws in the criminal justice system,” Forensic Sci. Int., vol. 289, pp. 154–155, 2018.
- G. Horsman, “Digital forensics: Understanding the development of criminal law in England and Wales on images depicting child sexual abuse,” Comput. Law Secur. Rep., vol. 32, no. 3, pp. 419–432, 2016.
- C. McCartney, “Streamlined forensic reporting: Rhetoric and reality,” Forensic Sci Int, vol. 1, pp. 83–85, 2019.
- C. McCartney and E. Nsiah Amoako, “Accreditation of forensic science service providers,” J. Forensic Leg. Med., vol. 65, pp. 143–145, 2019.
- G. Horsman, “Combatting those who intentionally access images depicting child sexual abuse on the Internet: A call for a new offence in England and Wales,” Comput. Law Secur. Rep., vol. 34, no. 1, pp. 111–124, 2018.
- T. J. Wilson, “The impact of Brexit on the future of UK forensic science and technology,” Forensic Sci. Int., vol. 302, no. 109870, p. 109870, 2019.
- G. Horsman, “I didn’t see that! An examination of internet browser cache behaviour following website visits,” Digit. investig., vol. 25, pp. 105–113, 2018.
- Y. Danidou and B. Schafer, “Trusted computing and the digital crime scene,” Digit. evid. electron. signat. law rev., vol. 8, no. 0, 2014.
- A. Zhanibekov, A. Otarbayeva, A. Aryn, S. Aidarbayev, and A. Sharipova, “International and interstate aspects of ensuring the rights of the suspect and the accused in the proceedings of forensic investigation,” Int. J. Electron. Secur. Digit. Forensics, vol. 13, no. 1, p. 1, 2021.
- D. Eszteri and I. Z. Máté, “Identity theft in the virtual world: Analysis of a copyright crime in second life from the perspective of criminal law and IT forensics,” Hung. J. Leg. Stud., vol. 57, no. 4, pp. 489–509, 2016.