Handbook of Digital and Multimedia Forensic Evidence

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John J. Barbara
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 28, 2007 - Social Science - 139 pages

Handbook of Digital and Multimedia Forensic Evidence presents an overview of computer forensics perfect for beginners. This volume will serve as a foundation and guide for: (a) students considering a career in this field; (b) the law enforcement investigator assigned to work cybercrimes; (c) establishing training programs for forensic examiners; (d) the IT professional; (e) the veteran forensic examiner; (f) the prosecutor faced with litigating cybercrime cases brought before a trier of fact. A distinguished group of specialist authors have crafted chapters rich with detail yet accessible for readers who are not experts in the field. Tying together topics as diverse as applicable laws on search and seizure, investigating cybercrime, and preparation for courtroom tesitmony, Handbook of Digital and Multimedia Forensic Evidence is the ideal overall reference for this multi-faceted discipline.


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