In the ‘if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em stakes’, computer-based crime is driving more and more IT professionals to study the skills and tools needed to unravel and reveal the inner workings of cyber fraudsters. The general upsurge in computer skills in the population is reflected equally amongst criminals and malcontents and law enforcement agencies frequently confiscate computers to search for evidence of alleged misdeeds. In the knowledge race, computer forensics has become a priority and, since 1999 has propelled the growth in demand for training in this sector by 600 percent, according to Paul Hughes, managing director of Brisbane-based Frontier Security Solutions…
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