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Adding event reconstruction to a cloud forensic readiness

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Adding event reconstruction to a cloud forensic readiness

  1. 1. Adding Event Reconstruction to a Cloud Forensic Readiness Model Presenter: V.R Kebande Supervisor: Prof Hein.S. Venter University of Pretoria
  2. 2. What is the focus of Digital Investigations Currently?  Searching for Digital Evidence  Collection of Digital Evidence  Examining the Properties of Collected Evidence. But why is that Evidence Really Evidence? Important Aspect: Need to Identify what CAUSED Evidence to have the properties it has. Introduction
  3. 3. ER examines and analyses the evidence to identify why it has its characteristics [Carrier & Spafford, 2004]. ER will pose the following questions:  Why Evidence has the properties  Where could they have come from?  When were they created? This may help to create a hypothesis for a DFI Reconstruction identifies events for which evidence exist to support their occurrence. What is Event Reconstruction
  4. 4.  Forensic Readiness-Maximizing an environment’s ability to collect credible Digital Evidence.  Minimizing the cost of forensic investigation during incident response [Rowlingson, 2004]  ISO/IEC 27043-”occurs before incident detection” A Cloud Forensic Readiness Model
  5. 5.  Proactive Approach  Retaining Critical Information  Collecting appropriate Digital Evidence So, How can a Cloud be Forensically Ready?
  6. 6. High-level view of the Model
  7. 7.  What is involved? Event reconstruction Event reconstruction Process  High-level Process  Detailed process Proposed Enhanced Cloud Forensic readiness Model
  8. 8. Enhanced Cloud Forensic Readiness Model
  9. 9. Reconstruction Reconstruction Process
  10. 10. P S A1 A2 A3 An Wi Xi yi Znei (Clu_N) (Clu_N) (Clu_N) (Clu_N) Event search function
  11. 11. Similarity measure between events represented by Minkowskis’ distance function A,B-Events p=1,2…to ∞ is [comparative metric for suitable distance metric between events] dMD-Is the distance metric for Minkowski Distance Similarity Measure ),( BAd MD pp n i ii BA ||1  
  12. 12. Event reconstruction based on the distance function help achieve the following:  To be able to distinguish one event from the other  Predict behaviour of events  Distinguish one event from the other through focusing on the relationship between them  Enables a discovery of the structure of events Using distance metric
  13. 13.  The ECFR can still be extended. Conclusion

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