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Data-Recovery Technology Arrives For SMBs

Friday, December 30, 2005 (12:11:34)
Business continuity has largely been the domain of big companies, but data-protection vendor Unitrends this week unveiled system-recovery technology at a price point that should help small and mid-size companies recover operational data as quickly as their larger counterparts should a system outage result from natural, man-made, or electronic disasters...

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New paper: Analyzing Exchange and mbox e-mail files using Open Source Software

Friday, December 30, 2005 (02:30:11)
A new paper entitled "Analyzing Exchange and mbox e-mail files using Free and Open Source Software" by Mike Harrington, CFCE EnCE and Mark Lachniet, CISA CISSP is now online.

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Inside the FBI's Computer Analysis and Response Team

Thursday, December 29, 2005 (11:52:48)
Barbara Wadriski's workplace at the FBI's Mobile headquarters looks more like the back shop of a computer store than a crime lab. Surrounded by work stations, a long table holds the guts of various computers. Equipment in various stages of disassembly sits about, as if this place were the garage of some whiz kid tinkering with a science project. While there are no bodies or fingerprint kits, though, this is a forensics lab as vital to crime-fighting as anything out of "CSI." Wadriski, an analyst with the bureau's Computer Analysis and Response Team, spends her days searching for evidence of computer crime...

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Tracked by cellphone

Wednesday, December 28, 2005 (14:27:10)
We know that technology can be used to track people's location via a cellphone, but how difficult is it for law enforcement to get a court order and do this legally?

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Cybercrime more profitable than drugs

Wednesday, December 28, 2005 (01:00:43)
The proceeds of cybercrime now exceed that of the illegal drugs industry, a US Treasury advisor has claimed. According to Valerie McNiven, former World Bank security expert, the turnover of electronically-related crime exceeded $105 billion in 2004, for the first time over-taking drugs as the number one high-profile criminal activity...

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