DFWM

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Is DFWM eligible to be applied for digital forensic investigation in actual practice?
Will the respondents apply DFWM as a reference for digital forensic investigation?
Provide a DFWM conformity rating with a digital forensic investigation workflow in actual practice?
The next step is an evaluation that aims to measure how well DFWM can support solutions to related problems, i.e.
The average value of the six respondents' assessment of DFWM conformity with the practice of digital forensic workflow in case or incident inquiry based on the acceptance questionnaire is 7.
This phase of DSRM ends with publication of research results to the International Journal of Cyber-Security and Digital Forensic (IJCSDF) to be communicated to readers, professionals in digital forensics, and researchers to update artefacts, the Digital Forensic Workflow Model (DFWM).
Based on the results of the workflow model in Figure 2 and a brief description of the explanation of digital forensic activity in Table 2 above the Digital Forensic Design Workforce Development (DFWM) uses the Design Research paradigm with the Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) approach.
The DSRM provides sequential steps to develop DFWM, so that appropriate extraction of digital forensic activity can be obtained based on identified problems and solutions.
This is because DFWM provides a structured digital forensic investigation model that explains the needs of required personnel/actors/human resources, the various types of evidence, the handling and recording of evidence, how to handle crime scenes, and the process of any forensic activity that must be done systematically.
DFWM can be applied in organizations, companies, and private agencies as a workflow guide in conducting digital investigations.
The choice of DSRM is precisely, because it produces a solution of a problem in the form of a new artifact, the Digital Forensic Workflow Model (DFWM) that can explain the complexity of components present in the forensic digital investigation phase, in the form of evidence, evidence storage, chain of custody, and process forensic activity in a structured and systematic way.
The second test uses a model acceptance questionnaire that aims to determine the degree of conformity of DFWM with the practice of digital forensic investigation by private agencies, organizations or agencies.