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The secret war against hackers

Monday, February 07, 2005 (08:36:21)
Gavin Hyde-Blake, the manager of IT forensics at Carratu International, the corporate investigation company, offers a crumb of comfort to besieged corporates. "Most hackers are lazy," he says. "Make their life difficult and most will walk away."

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Seize the data

Friday, February 04, 2005 (08:07:43)
You can dust for fingerprints after a robbery, but you wouldn't dust a hard drive after a cybercrime. That's where computer forensics comes in. It helps law enforcement agents copy and analyze information stored on hard drives and devices such as cell phones and BlackBerrys. One of the newest computer forensics systems on the market is the portable RoadMASSter II from Intelligent Computer Solutions. It looks like a thick metal briefcase on wheels and opens to reveal a keyboard, 15-inch thin-film transistor color LCD display and data-copying devices...

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Computer based crime linked to international crime syndicates

Wednesday, February 02, 2005 (12:25:07)
Andrew Clark, director and co-founder of Inforenz, spends much of his time as an expert forensics witness for the UK government, banks, and MNCs. He notes that there are signs that computer-based crimes are becoming the province of international organised crime syndicates. He cautions if that spiralled out of control, the effect of computer based crime could seriously damage the critical infrastructure and trading situation of nation states.

More (Network Computing Asia)

Begin a forensics investigation with WinHex

Thursday, January 06, 2005 (11:39:24)
The time may come when you need to examine a hard drive either because you need to recover some lost data or because you suspect an employee of a violation. Whether you intend to use your findings in court, for employee discipline, or just for your own information, using a good forensics tool and recognized forensics techniques will help you both recover your data and preserve its value as evidence. A tool I recommend is WinHex...

More (TechRepublic)

Stopping Computer Crime

Tuesday, November 09, 2004 (11:19:31)
Stopping computer crime requires two basic things: You need to let criminals know it won't be tolerated by reporting and prosecuting, and tell the world what these crimes are and how folks can avoid being a victim. It's not enough to know you're under attack, or that you think you're in compliance with relevant laws—you must collect the evidence supporting your assumptions.

More (MCPmag.com)