Cyber forensics student has best paper at Dublin conference

Mark Lorhum, a graduate student in the Department of Computer and Information Technology, won the award for best paper at the third International ICST Conference on Digital Forensics & Cyber Crime (ICDF2C) in Dublin, Ireland, Oct. 26-28. His paper, titled "Forensic Extractions of Data from the Nokia N900," examined methods for gathering digital evidence from the mobile phone. At the same conference, Marcus Rogers, professor of computer and information technology, delivered a keynote address on the future of digital forensic science. The fourth ICDF2C will be hosted by the Department of Computer and Information Technology at Purdue University in October, 2012.