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[iot-wg] Vol. 2 (2021) No. 1 of Journal of Cyber Forensics and Advanced Threat Investigations – Now Published


International Journal of Cyber Forensics and Advanced Threat
Investigations (IJCFATI) is the first open access, peer-reviewed,
scholarly journal dedicated entirely to the study of tools,
techniques, procedures, and methodologies of Red, Yellow, and Blue

IJCFATI is a gold-open access journal, which means it does not charge
fees neither to authors nor to readers and is entirely maintained by
the Association of Cyber Forensics and Threat Investigators.

IJCFATI has just published its latest issue, We invite you to review
the Table of Contents here and then visit our website to review
articles and items of interest.

Authors are solicited to contribute to this journal by submitting
articles that illustrate original research, practical, review, case
studies, and legal analysis reports related to all areas of
cybersecurity, digital forensics, incident response, and threat
investigations. Please browse through the journal website to find out
more information about the author's guidelines

A hallmark of IJCFATI is the developmental approach to reviewing; the
editorial team works closely with authors to help them develop their
works. The goal is to bring good ideas to light, rather than to put up

Thanks to our authors, reviewers, editorial staff and financial
supporters who made this possible.
Vol 2, No 1 (2021): Journal of Cyber Forensics and Advanced Threat
ISSN: 2753-9997

Table of Contents

Editorial–Volume 2, No 1 (2021) of the IJCFATI
Pages: 1-2

Research Articles
Title: Scraping Airlines Bots: Insights Obtained Studying Honeypot Data
Author(s): Elisa Chiapponi, Marc Dacier, Onur Catakoglu, Olivier
Thonnard, Massimiliano Todisco
Pages: 3-28

Title: Cyber Forensics on Internet of Things: Slicing and Dicing Raspberry Pi
Author(s): Shuyuan Mary Ho, Mike Burmester
Pages: 29-49

Title: Exploring the Shift from Physical to Cybercrime at the Onset of
the COVID-19 Pandemic
Author(s): Miloslava Plachkinova
Pages: 50-62

Hot Spot Notes
Title: The Cybersecurity Aspects of New Entities Need a Cybernetic,
Holistic Perspective
Author(s): Rob van Kranenburg, Gaelle Le Gars
Pages: 63-68
Sent By: Editorial Office, on behalf of Editor-in-Chief
Journal of Cyber Forensics and Advanced Threat Investigations
Editor-in-Chief: Prof. John William Walker, Nottingham Trent University, UK
ISSN: 2753-9997
Concept Tech Publishing,
Carryduff, United Kingdom.

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