ISDF 2009, the First International Conference on Information Security and Digital Forensics, was held at City University London during September 7-8, 2009. The c- ference was organized as a meeting point for leading national and international - perts of information security and digital forensics. The conference was rewarding in many ways; ISDF 2009 was an exciting and vibrant event, with 4 keynote talks, 25 invited talks and 18 full-paper presentations and those attending had the opportunity to meet and talk with many distinguished people who are responsible for shaping the area of information security. This conference was organized as part of two major research projects funded by the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council in the areas of Security and Digital Forensics. I would like to thank all the people who contributed to the technical program. The most apparent of these are the Indian delegates who all accepted our invite to give presentations at this conference. Less apparent perhaps is the terrific work of the members of the Technical Program Committee, especially in reviewing the papers, which is a critical and time-consuming task. I would like to thank Raj Rajarajan (City University London) for making the idea of the ISDF 2009 conference a reality with his hard work. Last but not least, I would like to thank all the authors who submitted papers, making the conference possible, and the authors of accepted papers for their cooperation. Dasun WeerasingheWe proposed an architectural three-layer security model to analyse complex systems. ... systems, as it allows the analysis of systems in their entirety including human and physical factors, not just as technical systems. ... 2009), http://www. encryptionreports.com/download/ Ponemon_COB_2008_US_090201.pdf  Blackwell, C.: Data Loss: the ...  Bunker, G., Fraser-King, G.: Data Leaks for Dummies.
|Title||:||Information Security and Digital Forensics|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2010-01-07|