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Cyber Crime Fears Grow in the Bahamas

Friday, September 16, 2005 (13:32:38)
Attorney General Alfred Sears said on Tuesday the use of computers in criminal activity within the financial industry is growing. Minister Sears made the comment after giving opening remarks at the Caribbean Cyber crime workshop at the British Colonial Hilton Hotel in downtown Nassau. Drawing scores of participants from countries like St. Lucia, Belize, Antigua & Barbuda, the United States, Grenada, Jamaica, Belize and Jamaica, the three-day seminar is aimed at providing essential background information to help improve cyber crime investigations...

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BCS (Essex) talk - Computer Forensics with Russell May from Guidance Software

Thursday, September 15, 2005 (16:57:10)
20/09/2005 1830 at APU, Chelmsford

A look at Computer Forensics and the methodology for retrieving static data from modern storage media. A short ten minute presentation outlining the basic principles of computer forensics, followed by a live demonstration of forensic data recovery techniques, giving an insight into methods used to discover obfuscated or hidden data.

Russell May BSc (Hons) CITP CEng MBCS EnCE, is Manager of Special and Partner Projects (Europe, Middle East, Africa, India, Russia) at Guidance Software Inc.

This event starts with refreshments at 6:30 pm and ends at approximately 9:15 pm, followed by networking opportunities. To help with numbers and the production of the list of attendees, please register in advance.

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The growing digital forensics industry

Thursday, September 15, 2005 (12:30:51)
The increasing use of devices like cell phones, PDAs, and USB drives is also expanding the number of digital footprints people leave. Those footprints are potentially valuable for prosecutors looking to establish a suspect's motives are whereabouts related to a crime. And some crimes are committed by sophisticated hackers and require a response by equally savvy technicians...

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[The RealAudio link didn't work for me, hopefully just a temporary problem - Jamie]

Missouri Southern State University purchases LogiCube MD5

Wednesday, September 14, 2005 (12:30:52)
The Criminal Justice Department at Missouri Southern State University recently purchased a LogiCube MD5 to enhance its Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) program.The MD5 is used by the F.B.I., D.E.A., A.T.F., Interpol and other major international law enforcement agencies to secure critical evidence from computer hard drives during crime scene investigations...

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Secret Service takes lead fighting financial crimes

Monday, September 12, 2005 (17:48:40)
About once a month, more than three dozen area law enforcement and corporate investigators gather at Chef's Restaurant to compare notes. The informal assembly, known as the Financial and Electronic Crimes Working Group, meets regularly to share information on crime trends and ongoing investigations that multiple agencies may unknowingly be involved with. They also receive special training on how to detect and prevent a variety of financial or electronic crimes...

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