Computer Forensics and Privacy

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As society has become increasingly reliant on computers for document creation and information storage and transmittal, the amount of unauthorized theft of sensitive information stored in (and transmitted to/from) computers has increased correspondingly. This cutting-edge new book delivers a comprehensive treatment of the emerging field of computer forensics, making it a valuable resource for IT professionals in private businesses and government organizations, as well as lawyers and law enforcement professionals. ...

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Overview

As society has become increasingly reliant on computers for document creation and information storage and transmittal, the amount of unauthorized theft of sensitive information stored in (and transmitted to/from) computers has increased correspondingly. This cutting-edge new book delivers a comprehensive treatment of the emerging field of computer forensics, making it a valuable resource for IT professionals in private businesses and government organizations, as well as lawyers and law enforcement professionals. It identifies the specific areas where sensitive and potentially incriminating data is hiding in personal computers, and explains how to go about truly removing this data because mere "deletion" or even "overwriting" does not accomplish this. You get a systematic process for installing operating systems and application software that will help to minimize the possibility of security compromises, and numerous specific steps that need to be taken to prevent the hostile exploitation of one's computer

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781580532839
  • Publisher: Artech House, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/28/2001
  • Series: Artech House Computer Security Series
  • Pages: 455
  • Product dimensions: 6.37 (w) x 9.35 (h) x 1.22 (d)

Meet the Author

Michael A. Caloyannides is a senior fellow at Mitretek Systems in McLean, VA. He received his M.Sc. in electrical engineering and his Ph.D. in electrical engineering, applied mathematics and philosophy from California Institute of Technology.

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Table of Contents

Computer Forensics - Introduction. Relevance of Computer Forensics. Business and Administrative Issues. Where Incriminating Data Is Stored and How It Gets There. Specialized Forensics Techniques. Modes of Data Insertion and Acquisition. Fallacies of Protection. Computer Privacy and Security - Protecting Against Unauthorized Snooping and Hostile Computer Forensics. Protecting Proprietary and Other Confidential Information. Basic On-Line Computer Forensics. Intermediate On-Line Privacy. Advanced On-Line Privacy. Encryption: The Empire Versus the Rebels. Practical Encryption: Protecting Proprietary and Confidential Information Against Hostile Penetration. Legal and Other Issues - Legal Issues. Security Aspects of Evolving Internet Technologies. Afterword. Appendices.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 20, 2001

    No-nonsense and easy to follow.

    This book gets to the point fast, using language that everyone understands. Great collection of tidbits on how to secure your computer from just about anyone who may want to steal information from it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2001

    First rate.

    Don't use your computer any more until after you have read this book and followed its recommendations.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2001

    An eye opener. Readable and very practical.

    I just got the book yesterday and it is an eye opener. The book basically shows what threats to life and limb any of us is up against when using a personal computer, and it is a sobering 4-5 chapters. It then shows clearly what specific steps anyone can take to mantain privacy from any and all when using a personal computer. I was a kind of skeptical about the book's title, thinking that it was intended for the police only; it is not. If anything, police in repressive regimes will hate the helpful advice that the book provides. My only criticism is that the book's price tag is on the high side, but it is well worth it. Book in hand, I spent a few hours implementing its recommentations on my computer right away.

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