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Handbook of digital forensics of multimedia data and devices

Author: Anthony T S Ho
Publisher: Hoboken : Wiley, [Piscataqay, New Jersey] : IEEE Xplore, 2015. [2015]
Series: Wiley - IEEE.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Focuses on the interface between digital forensics and multimedia forensics, bringing two closely related fields of forensic expertise together to identify and understand the current state-of-the-art in digital forensic investigation"--
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Ho, Anthony T. S., 1958-
Handbook of digital forensics of multimedia data and devices.
(DLC) 2015011187
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Anthony T S Ho
ISBN: 9781118705773 1118705777
OCLC Number: 959336098
Description: 1 online resource (1 PDF (704 pages).).
Contents: 10.7 Open Problems and Challenges 406 --
10.8 Conclusions 408 --
Acknowledgements 408 --
References 408 --
11 Microphone Forensics 411 --
11.1 Introduction 411 --
11.2 Pattern Recognition for Microphone Forensics 414 --
11.3 Guidelines for Microphone Registration 421 --
11.4 Case Studies 423 --
11.5 Chapter Summary 435 --
Acknowledgements 436 --
References 437 --
12 Forensic Identification of Printed Documents 442 --
12.1 Introduction 442 --
12.2 Special Materials 449 --
12.3 Substrate Forensics 450 --
12.4 Print Forensics 455 --
12.5 Real World Example: Currency Protection 473 --
12.6 Summary and Ecosystem Considerations 475 --
References 478 --
PART FOUR MULTIMEDIA CONTENT FORENSICS --
13 Digital Image Forensics with Statistical Analysis 483 --
13.1 Introduction 483 --
13.2 Detecting Region Duplication 488 --
13.3 Exposing Splicing Forgery 500 --
13.4 Case Studies 508 --
13.5 Other Applications 512 --
13.6 Summary 515 --
References 517 --
14 Camera-Based Image Forgery Detection 522 --
14.1 Introduction 522 --
14.2 Camera Structure 524 --
14.3 Camera-Based Forgery Detection Methods 535 --
14.4 Forgery Detection Based on PFA: A Case Study 548 --
14.5 Conclusion 564 --
References 565 --
15 Image and Video Processing History Recovery 572 --
15.1 Introduction 572 --
15.2 Coding Artefacts 573 --
15.3 Editing Artefacts 586 --
15.4 Estimation of Processing Parameters 590 --
15.5 Case Studies 601 --
15.6 Conclusions 605 --
References 607 --
16 Anti-Forensics of Multimedia Data and Countermeasures 612 --
16.1 Introduction 612 --
16.2 Anti-forensic Approaches Proposed in the Literature 613 --
16.3 Case Study: JPEG Image Forensics 623 --
16.4 Trade-off between Forensics and Anti-forensics 644 --
16.5 Conclusions 647 --
References 647 --
Index 653. 5 Photogrammetry in Digital Forensics 185 --
5.1 Introduction 185 --
5.2 Different Methods 188 --
5.3 Measurement Uncertainty 194 --
5.4 Case Studies 195 --
5.5 3D Modelling/Scenario Testing 212 --
5.6 Summary 217 --
References 217 --
6 Advanced Multimedia File Carving 219 --
6.1 Introduction 219 --
6.2 Digtal Data Storage 220 --
6.3 File Carving of Binary Data 225 --
6.4 Multimedia Data Structures 226 --
6.5 File Carving of Multimedia Data 232 --
6.6 Content Identification 241 --
6.7 File Carving Frameworks 253 --
6.8 Conclusions 264 --
Acknowledgements 265 --
References 265 --
7 On Forensic Use of Biometrics 270 --
7.1 Introduction 270 --
7.2 Biometrics Performance Metrics 273 --
7.3 Face: The Natural Means for Human Recognition 274 --
7.4 Ears as a Means of Forensic Identification 283 --
7.5 Conclusions 299 --
References 299 --
8 Multimedia Analytics for Image Collection Forensics 305 --
8.1 Introduction 305 --
8.2 Data and Tasks 308 --
8.3 Multimedia Analysis 309 --
8.4 Visual Analytics Processes 312 --
8.5 ChronoBrowser 313 --
8.6 MediaTable 320 --
8.7 An Example Scenario 323 --
8.8 Future Outlook 325 --
References 326 --
PART THREE MULTIMEDIA DEVICE AND SOURCE FORENSICS --
9 Forensic Camera Model Identification 331 --
9.1 Introduction 331 --
9.2 Forensic Source Identification 333 --
9.3 Digital Camera Model Identification 337 --
9.4 Benchmarking Camera Model Identification Algorithms 339 --
9.5 Model-Specific Characteristics of Digital Camera Components 341 --
9.6 Black Box Camera Model Identification 351 --
9.7 Camera Model Identification in Open Sets 364 --
9.8 Model-Specific Characteristics in Device-Level Identification 366 --
9.9 Open Challenges Towards Practical Applications 368 --
References 370 --
10 Printer and Scanner Forensics 375 --
10.1 Introduction 375 --
10.2 Printer Forensics 379 --
10.3 Scanner Forensics 386 --
10.4 Photocopier Identification 389 --
10.5 Forgery Detection for Printed and Scanned Documents 391 --
10.6 Sample Algorithms with Case Studies 396. --
List of Contributors xvii --
Foreword xix --
Preface xxi --
Acknowledgements xxvii --
PART ONE MULTIMEDIA EVIDENCE HANDLING --
1 Digital Forensics Laboratories in Operation: How Are Multimedia Data and Devices Handled? 3 --
1.1 Introduction 3 --
1.2 Digital and Electronics Forensic Service, Metropolitan Police Service, UK 4 --
1.3 Digital Forensics Team (Including Affiliated AV Team), Surrey Police, UK 17 --
1.4 Shanghai Stars Digital Forensic Centre, Third Research Institute of China’s Ministry of Public Security 23 --
1.5 Discussions 28 --
1.6 Summary 32 --
1.A Appendix: Questionnaires for Interviewing Surrey Police and Shanghai Stars Digital Forensic Centre 32 --
References 34 --
2 Standards and Best Practices in Digital and Multimedia Forensics 38 --
2.1 Introduction 38 --
2.2 Overview 39 --
2.3 Electronic Evidence and Digital Forensics 48 --
2.4 Multimedia Evidence and Multimedia Forensics 70 --
2.5 Digital Forensics Laboratory Accreditation 77 --
2.6 General Quality Assurance (Management) 79 --
2.7 Training, Education and Certification on Digital and Multimedia Forensics 81 --
2.8 Conclusions 84 --
Acknowledgements 86 --
References 86 --
3 A Machine Learning-Based Approach to Digital Triage 94 --
3.1 Introduction 94 --
3.2 Related Work on Digital Triage 96 --
3.3 A Machine Learning-Based Digital Triage Framework 100 --
3.4 A Child Pornography Exchange Case Study 110 --
3.5 Conclusion 128 --
3.6 Challenges and Future Directions for the Digital Forensics Community 128 --
Acknowledgements 130 --
References 130 --
4 Forensic Authentication of Digital Audio and Video Files 133 --
4.1 Introduction 133 --
4.2 Examination Requests and Submitted Evidence 134 --
4.3 Laboratory Space 138 --
4.4 Laboratory Software and Equipment 138 --
4.5 Audio/Video Authentication Examinations 147 --
4.6 Preparation of Work Notes and Laboratory Reports 171 --
4.7 Expert Testimony 172 --
4.8 Case Examples 173 --
4.9 Discussion 177 --
References 178 --
PART TWO DIGITAL EVIDENCE EXTRACTION.
Series Title: Wiley - IEEE.
Responsibility: Anthony T.S. Ho and Shujun Li, Department of Computing and Surrey Centre for Cyber Security (SCCs), University of Surrey, UK.
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