BSc (Hons) Forensic Computing – 1st Class Honours
Cisco Networks CCNA 1
Stephen began his career as an engineering apprentice and went on to work as a maintenance engineer with ICI Fibres at their Gloucester plant. He has amassed an eclectic array of skills and knowledge since then, working for local authority TCBC, running his own business as a DSA Driving Instructor and project managing a purpose-built 6-bed care home for adults with learning difficulties. His interest and passion in computing led him to retrain by embarking on and attaining a First Class, BSc Forensic Computing Honours Degree in 2006 and since graduating has held a Lecturer role with the University.
Biggs, S. 2009. Cloud Computing: An Insight Into The Future. DFI News – Digital Forensic Investigator. USA.
Biggs, S. 2009. Red Tape: Will Current Legislation Isolate Cloud Computing Data From The Forensic Gaze? DFI News – Digital Forensic Investigator. USA
Biggs, S. Vidalis, S. 2009. Cloud Computing: The Impact on Digital Forensic Investigations. 2009 International Conference for Internet Technology and Secured Transactions (ICITST 2009). London.
Biggs, S. Vidalis, S. 2010. Cloud Computing Storms. International Journal of Intelligent Computing Research. Vol. 1. Issue 1. pp 61-68.
Barnes, J. Biggs, S. Bellamy, A. 2013. Technological Profiling of Cyber-Bullying. DFI News – Digital Forensic Investigator. USA.
Cook, S. Biggs, S. Tubb, C. Bellamy, A. 2013. Technology and the Challenges of Protecting Privacy. 5th Northumbria Information Rights Conference: Changing Notions of Privacy.
Member of the British Computer Society – MBCS
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Stephen has a particular interest in Cloud Computing and its relationship with conducting effective digital forensic investigations.
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