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Graeme Horsman

T:
01642 34
Job title:
Senior Lecturer in Computer & Digital Forensics
E:
g.horsman@tees.ac.uk
School/department:
School of Science, Engineering & Design
 
 
Research:
Science, Engineering and Design research
 
 

About Graeme Horsman

Graeme Horsman

Graeme Horsman
Senior Lecturer in Computer & Digital Forensics, School of Science, Engineering & Design
T: 01642 34
E: g.horsman@tees.ac.uk
Research: Science, Engineering and Design research

Graeme Horsman is a lecturer in computer / digital forensics at Teesside University and has over 6 years’ experience in teaching in higher education. Graeme worked as a digital forensic analyst and was previously an EnCase Certified Examiner and Computer Certified Examiner (EnCE) and Certified Computer Examiner (CCE). He has a BSc (Hons) in Computer Forensics, a PhD, Graduate Diploma in Law, Masters of Jurisprudence (Durham) and Post-Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Practice. His research focuses on digital forensic examination techniques, methods for forensically investigating mobile devices, and knowledge-based systems for improving digital forensic examinations and evidence identification. In addition, Graeme is research active in the area of testing and validation in digital forensics and learning and teaching methods. Sub-research topics include the use of so-called anonymous communication services and the potential detection of users and legislation surrounding the possession, distribution and creation of illegal imagery.

Research interests

  • Digital/computer forensics

  • Mobile device security / investigation

  • Anonymity

  • Information security

  • Forensic tool testing and validation

  • Triage

  • Standardisation

  • Emerging technology forensics

  • Computer crime / law

  • Reverse engineering of artefacts 

  • Transport / vehicle forensics

Research projects & external funding

Communities of Practice Fund - £500.  Project:- ‘An assessment of strategies used for tackling illegal pornography offences in the UK’.

Transport For Greater Manchester - £20,000 (Co-PI, acquired March 2016- June 2017) Project:- ‘Evaluating young driver Behaviour through on-board technologies’.

PhD and research opportunities

Graeme is interested in supervising potential PhD students or collaborating with researchers within the following areas:

  • Digital/computer forensics

  • Mobile device security / investigation

  • Anonymity

  • Information security

  • Forensic tool testing and validation

  • Triage

  • Standardisation

  • Emerging technology forensics

  • Computer crime / law

  • Reverse engineering of artefacts 

  • Transport / vehicle forensics