The forensics labs you see on TV might seem pretty high-tech, but in real life, most law enforcement agencies don’t have access to skills and equipment like that, a top federal law enforcement officer noted this morning. Speaking here at a conference aptly nicknamed CSI, Jim Christy, director of futures exploration at the federal government’s Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3), said digital forensics still has a long way to go before it will be widely used to catch computer criminals…
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