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|Handbook of Research on Digital Crime, Cyberspace Security, and Information Assurance
Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha, Irene Maria Portela.
In our hyper-connected digital world, cybercrime prevails as a major threat to online security and safety. New developments in digital forensics tools and an understanding of current criminal activities can greatly assist in minimizing attacks on individuals, organizations, and society as a whole.
Cybercrime and Cloud Forensics: Applications for Investigation Processes
While cloud computing continues to transform developments in information technology services, these advancements have contributed to a rise in cyber attacks; producing an urgent need to extend the applications of investigation processes. Cybercrime and Cloud Forensics: Applications for Investigation...
Emerging Digital Forensics Applications for Crime Detection, Prevention, and Security
The revolutionary way in which modern technologies have enabled us to exchange information with ease has created a demand for interdisciplinary research in digital forensics and investigations aiming to combat the abuse of computer technologies. Emerging Digital Forensics Applications for Crime...
Cyber Crime and the Victimization of Women: Laws, Rights and Regulations
Debarati Halder, K. Jaishankar.
While women benefit from using new digital and Internet technologies for self-expression, networking, and professional activities, cyber victimization remains an underexplored barrier to their participation. Women often outnumber men in surveys on cyber victimization. Cyber Crime and the Victimization...
The Psychology of Cyber Crime: Concepts and Principles
Gráinne Kirwan, Andrew Power.
As more individuals own and operate Internet-enabled devices and more critical government and industrial systems rely on advanced technologies, the issue of cybercrime has become a crucial concern for both the general public and professionals alike. The Psychology of Cyber Crime: Concepts and...
Cyber Crime: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications
Information Resources Management Association.
Threatening the safety of individuals, computers, and entire networks, cyber crime attacks vary in severity and type. Studying this continually evolving discipline involves not only understanding different types of attacks, which range from identity theft to cyberwarfare, but also identifying methods...
Crime Prevention Technologies and Applications for Advancing Criminal Investigation
Chang-Tsun Li, Anthony T.S. Ho.
The tools of crime constantly evolve, and law enforcement and forensic investigators must understand advanced forensic techniques to ensure that the most complete evidence is brought to trial. Paramount also the need for investigators to ensure that evidence adheres to the boundaries of the legal...
Corporate Hacking and Technology-Driven Crime: Social Dynamics and Implications
Thomas J. Holt, Bernadette H. Schell.
In an age when computer crime is growing at a exponential rate and on a global scale, industry and government leaders are increasingly reliant upon answers from the academic and IT Security fields in order to keep cyber crime in check, and be ahead of the “cyber criminal curve.” Corporate Hacking and...
Digital Forensics for the Health Sciences: Applications in Practice and Research
Andriani Daskalaki .
Digital forensics deals with the acquisition, preservation, analysis and presentation of electronic data. The detailed documentation and analysis of human data with 3D-imaging and processing techniques has led to qualitative improvements in forensic pathologic investigation and documentation. Digital...
Cyber Security, Cyber Crime and Cyber Forensics: Applications and Perspectives
Raghu Santanam, M. Sethumadhavan, Mohit Virendra.
Recent developments in cyber security, crime, and forensics have attracted researcher and practitioner interests from technological, organizational and policy-making perspectives. Technological advances address challenges in information sharing, surveillance and analysis, but organizational advances...
New Technologies for Digital Crime and Forensics: Devices, Applications, and Software
Chang-Tsun Li, Anthony T. S. Ho.
Central to understanding and combating digital crime is the ability to develop new methods for the collection and analysis of electronic evidence. New Technologies for Digital Crime and Forensics: Devices, Applications, and Software provides theories, methods, and studies on digital crime prevention...
Multimedia Forensics and Security
As information technology is rapidly progressing, an enormous amount of media can be easily exchanged through Internet and other communication networks. Increasing amounts of digital image, video, and music have created numerous information security issues and is now taken as one of the top research...
Socioeconomic and Legal Implications of Electronic Intrusion
Dionysios Politis, Phaedon-John Kozyris, Ioannis Iglezakis.
In the information society, electronic intrusion has become a new form of trespassing often causing significant problems and posing great risks for individuals and businesses. Socioeconomic and Legal Implications of Electronic Intrusion focuses on abusive and illegal practices of penetration in the...
International Journal of Digital Crime and Forensics (IJDCF)
The International Journal of Digital Crime and Forensics (IJDCF) provides state-of-the-art coverage in the development of legal evidence found in computers and electronic storage mediums. IJDCF addresses the use of electronic devices and software for crime prevention, investigation, and the application...
Digital Crime and Forensic Science in Cyberspace
Panagiotis Kanellis, Evangelos Kiountouzis, Nicholas Kolokotronis, Drakoulis Martakos.
Digital forensics is the science of collecting evidence often used in a court of law to prosecute those who engage in digital activities that are deemed unlawful. Digital Crime and Forensic Science in Cyberspace is unique in putting together a number of contributions from leading experts in digital...
Geographic Information Systems and Crime Analysis
Computerized crime mapping or GIS in law enforcement agencies has experienced rapid growth, particularly since the mid 1990s. There has also been increasing interests in GIS analysis of crime from various academic fields including criminology, geography, urban planning, information science and others....