Mohammad Rasmi

Work place: Department of Computer Science, Zarqa University, Zarqa, 13132, Jordan



Research Interests: Web Technologies, Digital Forensic, Cyber Security, Cloud Computing, Software Engineering


Mohammad Rasmi is currently serving as an associate professor in the Faculty of Science, Departments of Computer Science, Zarqa University. He received his PhD in Network Security from Universiti Sains Malaysia in 2013. He received M. Sc. in computer information system from the Arab Academy for Banking and Financial Sciences in 2004, and .Sc. degree in computer science from Zarqa Private University in 1999. His research interests include network forensics, web security, E-government strategy, cloud computing and software engineering.

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PNFEA: A Proposal Approach for Proactive Network Forensics Evidence Analysis to Resolve Cyber Crimes

By Mohammad Rasmi Ahmad Al-Qerem

DOI: ijcnis.2015.02.03, Pub. Date: 8 Jan. 2015

Nowadays, cyber crimes are increasing and have affected large organizations with highly sensitive information. Consequently, the affected organizations spent more resources analyzing the cyber crimes rather than detecting and preventing these crimes. Network forensics plays an important role in investigating cyber crimes; it helps organizations resolve cyber crimes as soon as possible without incurring a significant loss. This paper proposes a new approach to analyze cyber crime evidence. The proposed approach aims to use cyber crime evidence to reconstruct useful attack evidence. Moreover, it helps investigators to resolve cyber crime efficiently. The results of the comparison of the proposed approach prove that it is more efficient in terms of time and cost compared with the generic and the modern process approach for network forensics.

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