| HIGH- TECHNOLOGY CRIME
- How To Investigate Cases Involving
- By Kenneth S. Rosenblatt
- 603 pages With Computer Disk Containing
Investigative Checklists And Search Warrant Language
- AN EXPLOSION IS TAKING PLACE INVOLVING
A NEW TYPE OF INVESTIGATION CENTERING
AROUND COMPUTERS! EVIDENCE IS GOING DIGITAL-DO YOU KNOW HOW TO COLLECT
- Learn Investigative Techniques Involving:
DIGITAL DATA DISCOVERY/RECOVERY
- INVESTIGATION OF COMPUTER INTRUSION
- THEFT OF DIGITAL INFORMATION
- THEFT OF TRADE SECRETS
- Each year several million people discover computer technology. Unfortunately,
some of them are frauds, criminals and con artists. High-technology Crime:
Investigating Cases Involving Computers provides private investigators,
security specialists, law enforcement investigators prosecutors and corporate
counsel with step-by-step procedures for investigating cases involving
- You will learn to investigate the most common high-technology crimes
including computer intrusion, theft of information, theft of computer components
as well as learn new investigative techniques of digital data discovery
and recovery. You'll learn how to obtain evidence stored within computers
in any case from trade secret theft to homicide.
- The author discusses techniques used by experts to search, seize and
analyze evidence stored in computers, and explains the complex set of laws
governing searches involving computer technology. The book includes a comprehensive
guide to drafting search warrants: the diskette contains investigative
checklists and sample search warrant language.
- ABOUT THE AUTHOR
- Kenneth S. Rosenblatt is a Deputy District Attorney for Santa Clara
County, California (Silicon Valley), where he headed that offices's High-Technology
Unit for four years. A 1982 Stanford Law School graduate, he has provided
advice and expert testimony on high-technology crime to the U.S. Congress,
the Department of Justice, and the California Legislature. He is author
of several articles on the subject, and lectures frequently at law enforcement
and investigative conferences nationwide.
- High-Technology Crime: 603 pages With Computer Disk Containing Investigative
Checklists And Search Warrant Language, tables, extensive appendix, index
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