International Journal of Computer Network and Information Security(IJCNIS)

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IJCNIS Vol.7, No.11, Oct. 2015

A Proposed Digital Forensics Business Model to Support Cybercrime Investigation in Indonesia

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Yudi Prayudi, Ahmad Ashari, Tri K Priyambodo

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Digital Forensics;Business Model;Investigation;cybercrime;digital evidence


Digital forensics will always include at least human as the one who performs activities, digital evidence as the main object, and process as a reference for the activities followed. The existing framework has not provided a description of the interaction between human, interaction between human and digital evidence, as well as interaction between human and the process itself. A business model approach can be done to provide the idea regarding the interaction in question. In this case, what has been generated by the author in the previous study through a business model of the digital chain of custody becomes the first step in constructing a business model of a digital forensics. In principle, the proposed business model already accommodates major components of digital forensics (human, digital evidence, process) and also considers the interactions among the components. The business model suggested has contained several basic principles as described in The Regulation of Chief of Indonesian National Police (Perkap) No 10/2010. This will give support to law enforcement to deal with cybercrime cases that are more frequent and more sophisticated, and can be a reference for each institution and organization to implement digital forensics activities.

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Yudi Prayudi, Ahmad Ashari, Tri K Priyambodo,"A Proposed Digital Forensics Business Model to Support Cybercrime Investigation in Indonesia", IJCNIS, vol.7, no.11, pp.1-8, 2015.DOI: 10.5815/ijcnis.2015.11.01


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