Investigating Computer Crime

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Investigating Computer Crime

Frank Clark and Ken Diliberto

CRC Press 228 pages

This book is aimed at law enforcement and the criminal justice system, including attorneys general and prosecutors. It might also be a helpful aid or guide in the education of a judge or a jury. This is a well assembled book covering the basics from “What’s a Computer Crime?” to the use of sophisticated hardware and software in the investigation and documentation of the crime. This is a difficult topic to cover: If you are too general, you have a leaflet, and if you are too specific, you have a many-thousand page document. The other difficulty is that computer crime investigation is an active pursuit and you learn by doing. It is much like reading a book about driving – just because you have read the book it doesn’t mean you can do it.Use this book in conjunction with a computer and have at it. This book is a good educational tool.

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