Investigate computer forensics: Concepts, needs, and solutions
As enterprises become more complex and exchange more information online, high-tech crimes are increasing at a rapid rate. It follows that the field of computer forensics, once regarded as a vague counterpart of network security, has grown into a science all its own. In this sample chapter from Computer Forensics JumpStart, study the concept of computer forensics and examine computer forensic needs from the point of view both of corporate policy and law enforcement. Examine some real-life examples of computer crime, learn how to better assess your organization's needs, and consider various training methods used for practitioners and end users.
Title: Computer Forensics JumpStart
Published: December 2004
Authors: Michael Solomon, Diane Barrett, Neil Broom
Chapter: Chapter 1: The Need for Computer Forensics
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