Topic: A Study on Drone Forensics Framework
As consumer unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) or drones are used more commonly in public areas, an approach for a drone forensics framework is needed to guide forensics investigators in analyzing recovered drones that entered the unauthorized national airspace system (NAS). The presentation is based on a doctoral research study focused on whether a single framework and multiple frameworks for drone forensics. The data collected through an online survey provided detailed descriptions of the participants’ most commonly used forensics frameworks or guidelines. The data collected from participants in the United States measured the occurrences of the type of guidelines forensics examiners used. The results of the study identified a need for a standard drone forensic framework across digital forensic disciplines and aircraft accident investigation for use by investigators to produce admissible evidence for litigation in the U.S. courts. The research led to a proposed basic drone forensics framework, which can be improved upon in future research.
Speaker: Nagi Mei, D.Sc.
Dr. Nagi Mei has over 14 years in management and technology consulting service offerings to the commercial and health industries, and federal, state, and local governments. She has extensive experience in strategic initiatives and operational responsibilities grounded in information security management. Dr. Mei is a project manager where she leads teams in implementing information security projects. Dr. Mei received a Doctor of Science in Cybersecurity from the Capitol Technology University. She holds a Master in Business Administration, a Master of Science in Information and Telecommunications Systems from the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, and a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems concentrating in Digital Forensics from the Johns Hopkins University. She holds certifications in Sec+, PMP, PMI-ACP, SSM, CSM, and ITILv3.