Helpful computer crime downloads for IT professionals

IT professionals should report computer crimes to the proper

authorities, but many aren't sure exactly which activities are illegal, which

should be reported, and to whom the activities should be reported. TechRepublic's

Computer crime reporting checklist helps

you make that decision with confidence.

Computer crime reporting checklist

Once you detect a computer crime and decide to report that

activity to law enforcement, you must secure all digital evidence. Yet the

steps necessary to maintain the integrity of digital evidence often run

contrary to common IT practices. TechRepublic's Computer crime evidence-preservation checklist tells you what to do

and what not to do in the aftermath of a computer crime.

Computer crime

evidence-preservation checklist

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