When the crime scene is a computer or handheld device, you canuncover a digital evidence trail!
Pressing Delete doesn't hide anything! Professional and armchairinvestigators alike can learn the basics of computer forensics,from digging out electronic evidence to solving the case. You don'tneed a computer science degree to master e-discovery! Find andfilter data in mobile devices, e-mail, and other Web-basedtechnologies.
Protect personal privacy — understand how a digitalevidence trail is stored, hidden, and recorded
Dig out evidence — learn how to extract and transferevidence without contaminating it
Analyze findings — distinguish between the science offorensics and the art of investigation, which requires yourintuition and creativity
Prepare to crack the case — anticipate legal loopholes andopponents' methods
Succeed in court — prepare yourself to sit on the standand expertly exhibit evidence
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Open the book and find:
Basics of computer forensics and e-discovery
How to find and filter data
E-mail, Web-based, and mobile forensics information
How to handle passwords and encrypted data
Tips for voicemail, legacy mainframes, and databases