Investigating Computer-Related Crime (2ed)
Written by an information security specialist, this second edition of Investigating Computer-Related Crime discusses cybercrime, its investigation, and the difficulties encountered by both public law enforcement officials and private corporate investigators. The book offers insights into collecting evidence, interrogating suspects and witnesses, handling crime in progress, as well as issues involving the authorities, and helpful case studies. Updated chapters incorporate new kinds of attacks, current work of the Digital Forensic Research Workshop and their investigative model, new operating systems, the impact of the Patriot Act, and new ways of analyzing computer media.
- Provides updated information on the latest attacks and the newest technologies to investigate them
- Includes in-depth coverage of encase as the leading tool for analyzing computer media
- Covers public and private computer investigations
- Details the author's new end-to-end approach covering all aspects of the investigation