Books give in-depth look into cybercrime

From M. E. Kabay’s newsletter at Network World…

The fall 2006 semester has begun at Norwich University and I’ll be teaching “Cybercrime and Cyberlaw” with my colleague Adjunct Professor Julie Tower-Pierce. Readers of this column may be interested in two of the textbooks we are using this year:

* Moore, R. (2005). _Cybercrime: Investigating High-Technology Computer Crime._ Matthew Bender & Co./Lexis-Nexis Group (ISBN 1-59345-303-5). xii + 258. Index.

* Clifford, R. D. (2006), ed. _Cybercrime: The Investigation, Prosecution and Defense of a Computer-Related Crime, Second Edition._ Carolina Academic Press (ISBN 1-59460-150-X). xii + 282. Index.

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