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Computer forensics making a difference

Thursday, October 27, 2005 (13:39:14)
For the last four years, David Usery, 47, has been a man the public doesn’t see — a pivotal person behind thousands of criminal case investigations from the 9th judicial District Attorney’s Office and New Mexico State Police as well as local law enforcement. Usery is the Information Systems Manager for the DA’s office. He is a computer forensics expert and prepares computer-generated maps, images and animation for courtroom presentations. The evidence Usery gathers from hard drives is damning, “I’ve never had to testify in court, they (defendants) usually plead,” he said...

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Fighting cybercrime on a shoestring budget

Wednesday, October 26, 2005 (15:21:45)
In cramped, dingy offices near New York’s East River, a couple dozen detectives and analysts hunch over computers, plowing their way through hundreds of criminal cases. This is the home of the New York Police Department Computer Crime Squad. The heart of this or any other computer crimes unit is computer forensics, the conservation, deconstruction and analysis of electronic evidence contained on personal computers, networks and, increasingly, handheld devices such as cell phones and personal digital assistants...

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Digital fingerprint cracks the case

Tuesday, October 25, 2005 (20:01:41)
Last month, when Australian Federal Court Judge Murray Wilcox ruled that Kazaa is illegally authorising copyright infringement, he put Australia on the world map of landmark intellectual property cases - related cases against Kazaa in the US had previously failed. But Wilcox's finding has also put Australia on the map for another reason. Wilcox relied on crucial digital evidence from forensic computer specialists. In a situation where there was no smoking gun, these specialists were able to build a solid case on purely digital evidence...

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Microsoft, Nigeria Join Forces Against Cybercrime

Monday, October 24, 2005 (12:48:05)
Microsoft Latest News about Microsoft is lending its I.T. expertise to the government of Nigeria in a joint effort to combat e-mail fraud and other cybercrimes in the African nation...

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Computer Evidence: Collection & Preservation

Saturday, October 22, 2005 (07:39:00)
Computer Evidence: Collection and Preservation teaches law enforcement and computer forensics investigators how to identify, collect, and maintain digital artifacts to preserve their reliability for admission as evidence. The book focuses on collection and preservation because these two phases of computer forensics are the most critical to evidence acceptance, but are not thoroughly covered in text or courses. Throughout the book, a constant eye is kept on evidence dynamics and the impact investigators can have on data integrity while collecting evidence.

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