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“The analysis of the peculiarity of IoT technology, cybercrime on IoT and existing methods of digital forensics readiness and investigation“

“The analysis of the peculiarity of IoT technology, cybercrime on IoT and existing methods of digital forensics readiness and investigation“

In the analysis a brief history of the Internet of Things (IoT) is presented, further it introduces basic concepts, the IoT features, barriers having the potential to retard the development of the IoT and trends shaping the future of the IoT. A review of the main technologies that influence the development of the IoT – communication, protocols, and hardware and software elements – is presented here. The social aspects of the IoT – both the benefits and the fears and dangers regarding
the IoT (ethics, privacy, legal and security aspects) are discussed as well.

Moreover, definitions of cybercrimes, taxonomy of cybercrimes are given,  security challenges and
requirements for the IoT&S are formulated, so as security features of the IoT&S, specific attacks and
threats to the IoT&S, including threats related to copyright infringement and piracy of the digital
content in the IoT&S.


Later on “Investigation Methods of Cybercrimes in the Internet of Things and Services“, gives
a definition of digital forensics and provides an overview of the investigation methods and their
applicability to the IoT, formulates security challenges and requirements for the IoT&S. It discusses the existing methods of the digital forensics readiness of an organization in the context of the IoT and discusses the role of digital evidence, its classification, and the methods of analysis and taxonomy of digital evidences. The chapter also enlists challenges and recommendations for digital forensics investigations performed in the IoT environments, analyze digital evidence and sources of forensics in the IoT&S, discusses specific attacks and threats to IoT&S as well as countermeasures.
In the end, “Computer Forensics Tools and Internet of Things and Services“ segment presents a
taxonomy of existing computer forensic tools using classification by application features and types of
electronic devices, discusses free, commercial and open source forensic tools features.

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