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Solomon, Michael (Michael G.), 1963- author
Computer forensics jumpstart / Michael G. Solomon, K Rudolph, Ed Tittel, Neil Broom, Diane Barrett
Alternate Title JumpStart
Second edition
Indianapolis, Indiana : Wiley Publishing, Inc. [2011], ©2011
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 4th Floor  QA76.9.A25 S6556 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Computer security
Computer networks -- Security measures
Computer crimes -- Accidents -- Investigation
Forensic sciences
Physical Description xx, 316 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [271]-281) and index
Contents The need for computer forensics -- Preparation -- what to do before you start -- Computer evidence -- Common tasks -- Capturing the data image -- Extracting information from data -- Passwords and encryption -- Common forensics tools -- Pulling it all together -- How to testify in court -- Appendix A: answers to review questions -- Appendix B: forensics resources -- Appendix C: forensics certifications -- Appendix D: forensics tools
Summary A guide to computer forensics provides information on such topics as conducting a forensics investigation, finding hidden data, capturing images, collecting and preserving computer evidence, and using computer forensic tools
Alternate Author Rudolph, K
Tittel, Ed
Broom, Neil
Barrett, Diane

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