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Digital forensics as a science in higher education

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Digital forensics as a science in higher education. / Angelopoulou, Olga; Vidalis, Stilianos.

European Conference on Information Warfare and Security, ECCWS. Vol. 2014-January Curran Associates Inc., 2014. p. 8-16.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Harvard

Angelopoulou, O & Vidalis, S 2014, Digital forensics as a science in higher education. in European Conference on Information Warfare and Security, ECCWS. vol. 2014-January, Curran Associates Inc., pp. 8-16, 13th European Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security, ECCWS 2014, Piraeus, Greece, 3/07/14.

APA

Angelopoulou, O., & Vidalis, S. (2014). Digital forensics as a science in higher education. In European Conference on Information Warfare and Security, ECCWS (Vol. 2014-January, pp. 8-16). Curran Associates Inc..

Vancouver

Angelopoulou O, Vidalis S. Digital forensics as a science in higher education. In European Conference on Information Warfare and Security, ECCWS. Vol. 2014-January. Curran Associates Inc. 2014. p. 8-16

Author

Angelopoulou, Olga ; Vidalis, Stilianos. / Digital forensics as a science in higher education. European Conference on Information Warfare and Security, ECCWS. Vol. 2014-January Curran Associates Inc., 2014. pp. 8-16

Bibtex

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