(Accepted, June 2017) Proposed Method for Mobile Forensics Investigation Analysis of Remnant Data on Google Drive Client (JIT, IF: 1.930)
The Journal of Internet Technology (JIT)
Indexing: SCIE and Scopus
Title: Proposed Method for Mobile Forensics Investigation Analysis of Remnant Data on Google Drive Client
The best known software developers all offer cloud storage services. Microsoft offers Onedrive to its users, Apple offers iCloud Drive and Google offers Google Drive or GDrive. The battle between these software developers is ongoing and they will always strive to give the best services to their users. It is not only technology that is evolving, however, but also ways in which security can be breached and data abused. The security of information on the Internet is increasingly at risk and there are many threats to cloud storage platforms.
This research used the mobile forensics approach to help in identifying and analyzing user behavior that may occur while using GDrive application for cybercrime. The novelty of comparison and analyzing methods performed in this research can help to find remnant data from all activities performed by GDrive users in Android smartphones. Hence, this proposed method can assist investigators in finding remnant data on GDrive client and can provide knowledge for legal practitioners.
Keywords: cloud storage, mobile forensics, GDrive analysis, remnant data, cybercrime
DECISIONED: 16-Dec-2016 (Rejected and Resubmit)
DECISIONED: 04-Jun-2017 (Accepted)
Dear Mr. Satrya:
It is a pleasure to accept your manuscript entitled "Proposed Method for Mobile Forensics Investigation Analysis of Remnant Data on Google Drive Client" in its current form for publication in the Journal of Internet Technology. The comments of the reviewer(s) who reviewed your manuscript are included at the foot of this letter.
Thank you for your fine contribution. On behalf of the Editors of the Journal of Internet Technology, we look forward to your continued contributions to the Journal.
Prof. Han-Chieh Chao
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Internet Technology
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