Digital Forensics as a Big Data Challenge

Digital Forensics What is digital forensics? I’d like to report here one of the most useful definitions of digital forensics formulated. It was developed during the first Digital Forensics Research Workshop in 2001 and it is still very much relevant today: Digital Forensics is the use of scientifically derived and… Continue reading

A quantitative metric for photo retouching

Professor Hany Farid, with Eric Kee, proposed in a recent article a quantitative and objective methodology for mesauring photo retouching, based on statistical concepts. It is an important development because theirs is the first objective metric to gauge what until now was only evaluated subjectively: the level of retouching or… Continue reading