Graeme Horsman has over 9 years of experience in teaching and research in higher education in the areas of digital forensic and cyber investigation. His education includes a BSc Computer Forensics degree, Masters of Jurisprudence, PhD and Postgraduate Certificate of Higher Education Practice. He is also a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. To date, he has published over 75 articles in international peer-reviewed venues in the digital forensics area, where his research interests lie in the areas of:

  • Investigation quality standards and procedures. 
  • Tool evaluation.
  • Digital evidence interpretation and communication. 
  • Mobile device and online investigations. 
  • Digital investigation law.

Research opportunities

Graeme is interested in research and collaboration in many areas of digital investigation, with a particular focus on:

  • Quality control and assurance mechanisms for digital investigations.
  • Digital crime scene processing.
  • Testing for digital forensic evidence.
  • Interpreting digital evidence.


Articles In Journals