Building a Digital Forensic Laboratory: Establishing and Managing a Successful Facility
The need to professionally and successfully conduct computer forensic investigations of incidents and crimes has never been greater. This has caused an increased requirement for information about the creation and management of computer forensic laboratories and the investigations themselves. This includes a great need for information on how to cost-effectively establish and manage a computer forensics laboratory. This book meets that need: a clearly written, non-technical book on the topic of computer forensics with emphasis on the establishment and management of a computer forensics laboratory and its subsequent support to successfully conducting computer-related crime investigations.
* Provides guidance on creating and managing a computer forensics lab
* Covers the regulatory and legislative environment in the US and Europe
* Meets the needs of IT professionals and law enforcement as well as consultants
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