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Professor’s Book on Digital Forensics Cited in US Supreme Court Case

August 14, 2014

 

Dr. Greg Gogolin, a professor in the Information Security and Intelligence program, was recently cited several times in the landmark United States Supreme Court case Riley v. California.

The case held, in a ruling decided on June 25, 2014, the warrantless search and seizure of digital contents of a cell phone during an arrest as unconstitutional.

Gogolin’s book, Digital Forensics Explained, with contributions by professors Gerald Emerick, Vel Pavlov, and Jason Otting, is an explanation of the forensic practice from a practitioner’s perspective.

Program:

Information Security and Intelligence