Digital Records Forensics Project

As stated on the project’s website, “The Digital Records Forensics (DRF) Project is a 3-year collaboration (April 2008-April 2011) between the University of British Columbia’s School of Library, Archival and Information Studies (SLAIS), the UBC Faculty of Law, and the Computer Forensics Division of the Vancouver Police Department.” Some of the research objectives include developing methods that will allow the records management, archival, legal, judicial, and law enforcement professions to recognize records among all kinds of digital objects produced by digital technologies once they have been removed from the original system, and developing methods for determining the authenticity of records no longer in the original system and/or in the original format.

Check out the project website at http://www.digitalrecordsforensics.org/

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