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The Role of Computer Forensics in Stopping Executive Fraud (Sample Chapter)

Saturday, October 02, 2004 (19:03:07)
"Virtual evidence is an important part of nearly every modern corporate crime investigation, and proper handling of that evidence can mean the difference between a conviction and a criminal walking free. In this chapter, you'll learn how to properly investigate computer evidence in a corporate environment."

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Feds invite comment on Internet wiretaps

Thursday, September 30, 2004 (09:44:42)
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Thursday launched a public comment period on its plan to compel Internet broadband and VoIP providers to open their networks up to easy surveillance by law enforcement agencies.

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SC Magazine Forensic Tools Group Test

Thursday, September 30, 2004 (08:57:00)
A group test of the major players in the forensic acquisition/analysis market:

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Seminar on criminal investigations in Goa, October 9th

Wednesday, September 29, 2004 (05:39:56)
A two-day seminar on ‘Crime investigation - modern techniques’ will be inaugurated at the Goa International Centre, on October 9. The inaugural session of the seminar will have a plenary lecture on ‘Computer crimes and cyber forensics’ delivered by the DIG (CID), Mr Muktesh Chander.

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Forensics gains credibility at Purdue

Wednesday, September 29, 2004 (05:35:14)
Chris Marsico, a graduate student, is using this semester to focus on the forensic possibilities of devices like iPODs. Just this summer, a group of car thieves in the UK was arrested, due in part to evidence discovered on an iPOD.

"You have to be prepared for anything; criminals are crafty," Marsico said.

After graduation in May, Marisco hopes to work for the FBI. But for now, his concern is developing a standard practice regarding how digital evidence may be used in court.

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