Dr Sarah Morris is a lecturer in the Digital Forensics Unit of the Cranfield Forensic Institute (CFI), part of Cranfield University.

Since January 2016 Sarah has been the Course Director for the MSc Digital Forensics (formally known as MSc Forensic Computing). She also oversees the running of the facililties within the Digital Forensics Unit. The facilities include 4 bespoke digital forensic labs, a crime scene room, meeting room, and a tutorial/coffee room.

Sarah is actively engaged in research, her primary research interests focus on Data Classification, Data Identification and Digital Document Analaysis. She is also casework active focusing on data recovery and digital forensic analysis. Sarah teaches throughout the modules on the MSc Digital Forensics and a number of short courses including: Document Forensics, PDF analysis and Electrical Awareness for Digital Forensics.

Outside of her academic role Sarah is a keen lego enthuasist and also enjoys drawing. Sarah gives a variety of talks both at schools and public venues on these topics to promote Child Safety online and interest in Computing.

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