Dr Christopher Hargreaves
I have a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Bristol, an MSc in Information Security and Computer Crime from University of South Wales, and a PhD in Digital Forensics from Cranfield University. I am currently a lecturer on the Software Engineering Programme, teaching on the MSc in Software and Systems Security. Previously, before starting at Oxford, I founded a digital forensics R&D consultancy which I ran for three years, and continue to operate on a part-time basis. Prior to that I was a lecturer at Cranfield University (Cranfield Forensics Institute), for seven years and was course director for their MSc in Digital Forensics. I am on the editorial board for the journal of Digital Investigation, and on the technical programme committee for several international digital forensics conferences.
Digital Forensics Education
In Williams‚ Cassella and Maskell, editors, Forensic Science Education and Training. Wiley. 2017.
Visualisation of allocated and unallocated data blocks in digital forensics
In Proceedings of the European Information Security Multi−Conference. Pages 133–143. 2013.
Detecting Tor Vidalia Bundle Installation
Anne David and Christopher Hargreaves
In International Conference on Cybercrime‚ Security and Digital Forensics. 2013.