Internet of things forensics: The need, process models, and open issues
IEEE Computer Society
School of Science
The Internet of Things (IoT) brings a set of unique and complex challenges to the field of digital forensics. To take advantage of the volume and variety of data captured by and stored in ubiquitous IoT services, forensic investigators need to draw upon evidence-acquisition methods and techniques from all areas of digital forensics and possibly create new IoT-specific investigation processes. Although a number of conceptual process models have been developed to address the unique characteristics of the IoT, many challenges remain unresolved.