Reuse

Posted on April 8, 2010. Filed under: Education, forensic | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

or re-use ? Either way – this article (thanks for bringing it to my attention, Darren) expands on something that gets a mention in my next IRQ column in Digital Forensics Magazine – so that’s saved me a job (Oh! the irony!) for this week.

The regulator’s working group on digital forensics met for the first time in nearly a year yesterday – and the validation/verification debate kicked off again. Interestingly there was a clear split between the software engineers and the rest of the community – I’m going to ponder and reflect for a while longer and then post something here about it, I think. Meanwhile, if you haven’t seen the papers I’ve produced (with the support and help of some industry figures), you’ll find them here.

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