This comprehensive text, authored by one of the top cyber crime prosecutors in the nation, is an excellent guide to a successful cyber investigation. Topics covered include Responding to the Attack, Collecting Digital Evidence, Obtaining Evidence from Third Parties, Analyzing Digital Evidence, The Law of Obtaining Digital Evidence, Presenting Digital Evidence in Court, Computer Intrusion, Identity Theft, Intellectual Property Crimes, Child Pornography, and Vulnerable Victim Computer Crimes. The author sets forth in understandable language the basics of cyber crime investigations. He shows the student how to apply the rigorous standards of ethical investigation to cybercrime. The author is a founding member of the Los Angeles County District Attorneyas High Technology Crime Division and had been assigned to its predecessors, the High Tech Crime Unit and the High Tech Analysis a Litigation Team, since 2000. He has prosecuted more than 100 civil and criminal defendants for crimes involving computer intrusion, theft of intellectual property, fraud and identity theft. Fairtlough has taught prosecutors from all over California as well as representatives from the FBI, U.S. Secret Service, the Los Angeles Police Dept. and the Los Angeles County Sheriffas Dept. He has served as a member of the U.S. Chamber of Commerceas Intellectual Property Protection Working Group and the National District Attorneys Association Working Group for Financial Industry Fraud. Fairtlough is the legal instructor for prosecutor training at the United Sates Secret Service, Dept. of Homeland Security, National Computer Forensics Institute. He formerly served as the legislative liaison for the California District Attorneys Association High Tech Crime Advisory Committee. As a deputy district attorney, he litigated several cases of note including a massive software piracy case with $100 million in losses to companies, a 42-count identity theft complaint featured on the television show aAmericaas Most Wanteda and a data breach case that involved nearly 200, 000 victims. For the last case, Fairtlough received the 2006 Prosecutor of the Year Award from the International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators.PUK and PUC On GSM phones, the user can place a security code on the SIM card. With most phones, the user has four attempts to correctly enter the code. After the fourth attempt, the SIM card is locked. You can get a code from the cellanbsp;...
|Title||:||Cyber Crime Investigation|
|Publisher||:||LawTech Publishing Group - 2015-11-02|