Rich Pethia, director of Carnegie Mellon University’s CERT

“A significant piece of our work in the last few years has been on cyberforensics. Helping build forensic methods and tools that help law enforcement use do better job of investigating. That means not just crimes against computers, but also computers used to commit crimes. One of the problems that the community faces is that there simply aren’t enough trained investigators to deal with these problems given the explosion of computer crime and computer-assisted crime we have seen in the world…”

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