High-tech Crimes Revealed: Cyberwar Stories from the Digital Front

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Addison-Wesley, 2005 - Computers - 412 pages
Helps to educate people on the issues with high-tech crimes. This book demystifies the risks and realities of high-tech crimes. It looks at how digital crimes are discovered, what techniques the criminals use and why, and how they can be brought to justice. It provides an account of what is involved in investigating computer crime.

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chapteri An Attack on the Telephone Network
chapter2 An Attack on an ISP

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High-Tech Crimes Revealed: Cyberwar Stories from the Digital Front About the Author

STEVEN BRANIGAN, President of CyanLine LLC, has over 15 years of experience in computer science and forensics. He is internationally recognized as an expert in computer security, and has testified before Congress, qualified as an expert witness for the government and has lectured on network security issues to N.A.T.O., the US Department of Justice and the US Secret Service.

In addition to being a founding member of the NY Electronic Crimes task force with Bob Weaver, Branigan worked as a Senior Manager with Bill Cheswick in Bell Labs Computing and Network Research, and together they subsequently founded Lumeta Corporation. In his "spare" time, he is pursuing his MBA at Columbia University.

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