Mastering Windows Network Forensics and Investigation

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 2, 2007 - Computers - 552 pages
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This comprehensive guide provides you with the training you need to arm yourself against phishing, bank fraud, unlawful hacking, and other computer crimes. Two seasoned law enforcement professionals discuss everything from recognizing high-tech criminal activity and collecting evidence to presenting it in a way that judges and juries can understand. They cover the range of skills, standards, and step-by-step procedures youíll need to conduct a criminal investigation in a Windows environment and make your evidence stand up in court.
  

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About the author (2007)

Steve Anson , CISSP, MCSE, is a special agent with the Pentagonís Defense Criminal Investigative Service. He has a masterís degree in computer science as well as numerous industry certifications. As a former contract instructor for the FBI, he has taught hundreds of veteran federal agents, state and local police officers, and intelligence agency employees techniques for conducting computerintrusion investigations. He also founded and supervised a local police department computer crime and information services unit and served as a task force agent for the FBI. He has conducted investigations involving large-scale computer intrusions, counterterrorism, crimes against children, and many other offenses involving the substantive use of computers.

Steve Bunting is a captain with the University of Delaware Police Department, where he is responsible for computer forensics, video forensics, and investigations involving computers. He has more than thirty years experience in law enforcement, and his background in computer forensics is extensive. He is a Certified Computer Forensics Technician (CCFT) and an EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE). He was the recipient of the 2002 Guidance Software Certified Examiner Award of Excellence. He has a bachelorís degree in applied professions/business management from Wilmington College and a computer applications certificate in network environments from the University of Delaware. He has conducted computer forensic examinations for numerous local, state, and federal agencies on a variety of cases, including extortion, homicide, embezzlement, child exploitation, intellectual property theft, and unlawful intrusions into computer systems. He has testified in court on numerous occasions as a computer forensics expert. He has taught computer forensics for Guidance Software, makers of EnCase, and taught as a lead instructor at all course levels. He has been a presenter at several seminars and workshops, is the author of numerous white papers, and is the primary author of the book EnCase Computer Forensics: The Official EnCE: EnCase Certified Examiner Study Guide , which was published by Sybex in early 2006. You can reach him at sbunting@udel.edu.

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