THE SIXTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON FORENSIC COMPUTER SCIENCE
Print ISBN 978-85-65069-07-6 - Online ISBN 978-85-65069-05-2, pp 202-210
DOI: 10.5769/C2011024 and http://dx.doi.org/10.5769/C2011024
Forensic as a Service - FaaS
By Dener Didoné, and Ruy J. G. B. de Queiroz
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The extent to which cloud computing has become ubiquitous, we have experienced big changes in paradigms, from the time of centralized computing (mainframes) through decentralization and re-centralization interconnected via the Internet. The definition of what is cloud still causes great confusion in the industry, but the cloud is an evolution of the Internet that allows everything to be delivered as a service - Everything as a Service (EaaS, XaaS, *aaS). Our purpose is to demonstrate the use of the cloud to provide Forensic as a Service (FaaS) through flexible, elastic and dynamic platforms such as storage and processing power to "unlimited", besides demonstrating that the use of Forensic as a Service becomes an interesting alternative when working on large data sets.
Cloud forensics; distributed forensic; forensic as a service; cloud computing; forensic computing
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