Digital: Mobile Security and Forensics

Mobile devices, such as phones, tablets and laptops, expose individuals, businesses and governments to a multitude of information security risks. These risks can be investigated through case studies and experimental research that scrutinizes the impact of residual data in these environments. 

Recent case studies with a Fortune 500 organization examined the residual data left on mobile devices issued to employees and the complexities of conducting cloud forensics investigation.
Both projects examined organizational policy impacts. Recent experimental research examined residual data on mobile devices sold into second hand markets. It has also investigated the use of mobile devices as a proxy to data stored in cloud storage.

Academic: Dr Brad Glisson

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