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    • A Web based tool for securing digital evidence 

      Warutumo, Collins Sebastian (Strathmore University, 2019)
      Digital forensics is defined as a scientific knowledge and methods applied to the identification, acquisition, preservation, examination, and analysis of information stored or transmitted in binary form in a manner acceptable ...
    • Developing an automated malware detection, analysis and reporting tool for MS-Windows 

      Mutyethau, David Matingi (Strathmore University, 2019)
      Memory and computer forensics is a field that has witnessed a lot of advancements in the recent past. Memory forensics enables investigators acquire and investigate the content of a computer’s RAM while computer forensics ...
    • Employee awareness on social engineering threats in the financial sector 

      Wokabi, Francis Mwangi (Strathmore University, 2019)
      Despite the great gains that have been achieved through use of the Internet, a lot of threats have also emanated in equal measure from its increased usage. Some of the threats are largely associated with cyber-attacks. ...
    • LAN security vulnerability analysis framework: case of National Irrigation Board 

      Wambugu, Nancy Muthoni (Strathmore University, 2019)
      In today’s environment, many organisation like National Irrigation Board, have adopted open policies on the utilization of LAN where users may plug in unknown devices. Without the right network frameworks, it is difficult ...
    • Mitigating security implications of bringing your own device in an enterprise environment 

      Gono, Alfred Regerai (Strathmore University, 2019)
      The rapid growth in the bring your own device (BYOD) phenomenon, has resulted in the introduction of personal mobile devices in the Enterprise environment. The benefit derived from embracing BYOD in organisations is enhanced ...
    • Access controls on IP based cameras in IoT ecosystem 

      Muya, Mary Wairimu (Strathmore University, 2019)
      Internet of things (IoT) is a concept of connected things that allows embedded devices, sensors and actuators to interconnect and share data thus bridging the gap between physical devices and virtual objects. The concept ...