E Crime Session The Field Of Digital Forensics In The Middle By Asif Iqbal


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E Crime Session The Field Of Digital Forensics In The Middle By Asif Iqbal

  1. 1. Field of digital forensics: legislative & academic perspectives in the UAE and generally in GCC Cyber forensics Slide#13 Cloud Forensics Slide#32 Virtualization and Forensics Slide#64 Adobe Photoshop/Content Forensics Slide#139 Social Media Forensics Slide#143 Mobile Phone Forensics Slide#181 Digital forensics lab: Crime Scene Investigation CSI & policies, procedures and processes Slide#189-22912/5/2011 asif@babariqbal.com 2
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  3. 3. • Dubai Police statistics reveal a 17 % increase in crimes involving internet bullying and verbal abuse.• The Police statistics showed that in 2009 there were 62 reported crimes involving internet bullying and verbal abuse.• The number increased to 73 cases in the year 2010  Usually these cases involve social Networks such as Facebook & Twitter12/5/2011 asif@babariqbal.com 4
  4. 4. • Russian computer security company Kaspersky said 56 % of cyber attacks within the region are directed at the UAE• The UAE ranks 36th in the world for being a source of malicious internet activity• Within the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa), the UAE ranks No 18 for being a source of malicious activity.12/5/2011 asif@babariqbal.com 5
  5. 5. • The Interpol, lists financial fraud among the top cyber-crimes in the Gulf region.• People in the Gulf have lost an estimated Dh735 million to cyber criminals in 2007 alone .12/5/2011 asif@babariqbal.com 6
  6. 6. • Cases• Dh121,000 was swiped from the account of Pravin Bakliwal, a 51-year-old Indian resident of Dubai in a phone recharge scam.• Another Dh7,500 was charged to his credit card for a total of 135 phone recharges.• The amount was taken incrementally at Dh500and Dh1,000 per transaction.• Mr. Bakliwal said he never used the direct debit service and recharged his mobile through a pay-as-you-go scheme.• He took an extended leave to dispute the transactions but his employer fired him.12/5/2011 asif@babariqbal.com 7
  7. 7. • Cases:• Mahmoud Mohammad, of Abu Dhabi, found that Dh27,500 had disappeared from his account in a phone recharge scam.• None of the 40 numbers that appeared on his bank statement worked when he called them.• The Indian PR officer faces Dh1,200 in bank fees and has filed a case with the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department.• He lodged a formally complaint with his bank to dispute the transactions, but the banks’ customer care staff told him the bank was not obligated to give a refund.12/5/2011 asif@babariqbal.com 8
  8. 8. • The Digital Security programs in the UAE universities are very limited.• Most of the universities provide 1 to 2 courses, which are introductory to the field of Digital Security.12/5/2011 asif@babariqbal.com 9
  9. 9. Percentage of educational Security Programs provided in UAE Universities 10% Dedicated Security Programs 90% Does not provide a dedicated security program12/5/2011 asif@babariqbal.com 10
  10. 10. • The Forensics Field in the UAE Education is in it is beginning.• The number of Universities providing courses concentrated on Digital Forensics is very limited.• Most of the Universities in the UAE provide courses for Digital Forensics in their Master programs.12/5/2011 asif@babariqbal.com 11
  11. 11. Percentage of Digital Forensics concentrated Programs provided in UAE Universities 6% Provide a Digital Forensics concentrated programs Does Not Provide a Digital 94% Forencsics concentrated programs12/5/2011 asif@babariqbal.com 12
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  13. 13. A few of the selected among others are:• Forensics Timeline Visualizer• Forensics Data-miner• E-mail Extracter• Anti-Forensics Tools/Wipers Team with Software Architect: Babar Iqbal12/5/2011 asif@babariqbal.com 224
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