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Mark Scanlon
Mark Scanlon
Associate Professor in Forensic Computing and Cybercrime Investigaton, University College Dublin
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Current Challenges and Future Research Areas for Digital Forensic Investigation
D Lillis, BA Becker, T O'Sullivan, M Scanlon
The 11th ADFSL Conference on Digital Forensics, Security and Law (CDFSL 2016), 2016
2422016
Deep Learning at the Shallow End: Malware Classification for Non-Domain Experts
Q Le, O Boydell, B Mac Namee, M Scanlon
Digital Investigation 26 (1), 2018
2062018
Evaluation of Digital Forensic Process Models with Respect to Digital Forensics as a Service
X Du, NA Le-Khac, M Scanlon
16th European Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security (ECCWS 2017), 573-581, 2017
1012017
Tiered Forensic Methodology Model for Digital Field Triage by Non-Digital Evidence Specialists
B Hitchcock, NA Le-Khac, M Scanlon
Digital investigation 16, S75-S85, 2016
982016
A survey of electromagnetic side-channel attacks and discussion on their case-progressing potential for digital forensics
A Sayakkara, NA Le-Khac, M Scanlon
Digital Investigation 29, 43-54, 2019
97*2019
Battling the Digital Forensic Backlog through Data Deduplication
M Scanlon
Innovative Computing Technology (INTECH), 2016 Sixth International …, 2016
812016
SoK: Exploring the state of the art and the future potential of artificial intelligence in digital forensic investigation
X Du, C Hargreaves, J Sheppard, F Anda, A Sayakkara, NA Le-Khac, ...
Proceedings of the 15th international conference on availability …, 2020
632020
Leveraging Electromagnetic Side-Channel Analysis for the Investigation of IoT Devices
A Sayakkara, NA Le-Khac, M Scanlon
Digital Investigation, 2019
602019
BitTorrent Sync: First Impressions and Digital Forensic Implications
J Farina, M Scanlon, MT Kechadi
Digital Investigation 11, S77-S86, 2014
56*2014
Overview of the Forensic Investigation of Cloud Services
J Farina, M Scanlon, NA Le-Khac, MT Kechadi
Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES), 2015 10th International …, 2015
442015
A survey exploring open source Intelligence for smarter password cracking
A Kanta, I Coisel, M Scanlon
Forensic Science International: Digital Investigation 35, 301075, 2020
392020
Expediting MRSH-v2 Approximate Matching with Hierarchical Bloom Filter Trees
D Lillis, F Breitinger, M Scanlon
9th EAI International Conference on Digital Forensics and Cybercrime (ICDF2C), 2017
36*2017
Evaluating Automated Facial Age Estimation Techniques for Digital Forensics
F Anda, D Lillis, NA Le-Khac, M Scanlon
12th International Workshop on Systematic Approaches to Digital Forensics …, 2018
35*2018
Network Investigation Methodology for BitTorrent Sync: A Peer-to-Peer Based File Synchronisation Service
M Scanlon, J Farina, MT Kechadi
Computers & Security 54, 27-43, 2015
332015
ChatGPT for digital forensic investigation: The good, the bad, and the unknown
M Scanlon, F Breitinger, C Hargreaves, JN Hilgert, J Sheppard
Forensic Science International: Digital Investigation 46, 301609, 2023
312023
BitTorrent Sync: Network Investigation Methodology
M Scanlon, J Farina, MT Kechadi
2014 Ninth International Conference on Availability, Reliability and …, 2014
302014
EviPlant: An Efficient Digital Forensic Challenge Creation, Manipulation and Distribution Solution
M Scanlon, X Du, D Lillis
Digital Investigation 20, S29-S36, 2017
28*2017
DeepUAge: improving underage age estimation accuracy to aid CSEM investigation
F Anda, NA Le-Khac, M Scanlon
Forensic Science International: Digital Investigation 32, 300921, 2020
272020
Leveraging Decentralization to Extend the Digital Evidence Acquisition Window: Case Study on BitTorrent Sync
M Scanlon, J Farina, NAL Khac, T Kechadi
Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law 9 (2), 85-99, 2014
272014
Deep learning based network intrusion detection system for resource-constrained environments
S Rizvi, M Scanlon, J McGibney, J Sheppard
International Conference on Digital Forensics and Cyber Crime, 355-367, 2022
262022
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