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Small scale digital device forensics is particularly critical as a result of the mobility of these devices, leading to closer proximity to crimes as they occur when compared to computers. The Windows Surface tablet is one such device, combining tablet mobility with familiar Microsoft Windows productivity tools. This research considers the acquisition and forensic analysis of the Windows Surface RT tablet. We discuss the artifacts of both the Windows RT operating system and third-party applications. The contribution of this research is to provide a road map for the digital forensic examination of Windows Surface RT tablets.
Digital Forensic Research Workshop
Computer crime; Digital devices; Electronic crime countermeasures; Surfaces; Windows operating system; Acquisition; Forensic analysis; Forensic examinations; Microsoft windows; Productivity tools; Small scale digital device forensics; Tablet; Third party application (Apps); Computer forensics
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Iqbal, Asif; Al Obaidli, Hanan; Marrington, Andrew; and Jones, Andy, "Windows surface RT tablet forensics" (2014). All Works. 4004.
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