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Title CyberForensics : understanding information security investigations / Jennifer Bayuk, editor ; foreword by Amit Yoran
Published New York : Humana, ©2010
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Description 1 online resource (xiv, 167 pages) : illustrations
Series Springer's forensic laboratory science series
Springer's forensic laboratory science series.
Contents The complex world of corporate cyberforensics investigations -- Investigating large-scale data breach cases -- Insider threat investigations -- Accounting forensics -- Analyzing malicious software -- Network packet forensics -- RAM and file systems investigations -- One picture is worth a million bytes -- Cybercrime and law enforcement cooperation -- Technology malpractice
Summary This fascinating and highly topical subject has a history dating back to the secret world of 1970s Cold War espionage, when the US military and Central intelligence agencies, aided by the latest mainframe systems, were the first to use computer forensics techniques in counterintelligence. In the decades since, cybercrime has emerged from the obscurity of low-level prosecution evidence to become a serious cross-border crime issue, while cyberforensic investigators have moved on from drug, murder, and child pornography crimes that were facilitated by computers, and are now tackling headline-grab
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Computer crimes -- Investigation -- Case studies.
Computer Security -- legislation & jurisprudence.
Forensic Sciences.
Genre/Form Case studies.
Case Reports.
Case studies.
Form Electronic book
Author Bayuk, Jennifer L.
LC no. 2010931676
ISBN 9781607617723