7A Generic Digital Scientific Examination System for Internet of Things

Shipra Rohatgi1* and Sakshi Shrivastava2

1 Amity Institute of Forensic Sciences, Amity University, Noida, India

2 NSHM College of Management and Technology, Kolkata, India


In the age of the Internet of Things (IoT) today, almost every machine, including cars, keys, watches, glasses, and webcams, is connected to the Internet. All machines capable of capturing screens and collecting individual information are continually expanding. These improvements, on the one hand, make human life more comfortable and convenient, but on the other hand, there are numerous legal centralities, the suitability of distinctly collected devices, and the boundaries and boundaries of indistinguishable organizations. As crime and crime rates increase, there are situations where it is not necessary to change the system to deal with violations every time. It is possible for such development and improvements that raise advanced agent issues when IoT devices are properly included in the scene. The drawbacks of security measures depend on the IoT system, where the potential impact of the information being processed is included until cybercriminals and cybercriminals create an irresistible environment in which they carry out attacks and illegal activities. The purpose of this work is to illuminate simple issues and encourage advanced criminal activity checks for IoT-based success.

Keywords: IoT, cybercrime, forensic, real-time ...

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