Digital Crime and Digital Terrorism
Robert W. Taylor
Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2006 - Social Science - 397 pages
This book focuses on both the technical aspects of digital crime as well as behavioral aspects of computer hackers, virus writers, terrorists and other offenders. Using real life examples and case studies, the book examines the history, development, extent and types of digital crime and digital terrorism as well as current legislation and law enforcement practices designed to prevent, investigate and prosecute these crimes. For professionals in the technical field as well as forensic investigators and other criminal justice professionals.
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One glaring flaw in this book is their mistake of "stenography" for "steganography."
The art of hiding data within other data is steganography. The book refers to it as stenography. (Stenography is the art of writing in shorthand.)
Very well written!