Computer Forensics: Cybercriminals, Laws, and Evidence

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, Feb 15, 2011 - Computers - 368 pages
Balancing technicality and legal analysis, Computer Forensics: Cybercriminals, Laws and Evidence enters into the world of cybercrime by exploring what it is, how it is investigated, and the regulatory laws around the collection and use of electronic evidence. Students are introduced to the technology involved in computer forensic investigations and the technical and legal difficulties involved in searching, extracting, maintaining and storing electronic evidence, while simultaneously looking at the legal implications of such investigations and the rules of legal procedure relevant to electronic evidence. Significant and current computer forensic developments are examined, as well as the implications for a variety of fields including computer science, security, criminology, law, public policy and administration. Instructor Resources: * Instructor Manual with chapter summaries, lecture outlines with discussion questions, and review questions with solutions, all organized by chapter. * Test Bank * Microsoft PowerPoint slides

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