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2021 8th International Conference on Future Internet of Things and Cloud (FiCloud)
Connected toys, home automation appliances and wearable devices are all part of the Internet of Things (IoT). They digitize our lives and generate massive data transfer. This phenomenon brings many opportunities for police investigations, with a rich source of evidence 1 , information that is often unexplored and not valued. The proliferation of connected devices has given rise to IoT Forensic. It deals with IoT-related cyber-crime. It includes both local and external investigations. It isdoi:10.1109/ficloud49777.2021.00024 fatcat:egnvitzymrbbfobedj3e7zvsbq