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Cyber Security, Law and Money Laundering Evolution of Cyber Crime Law History of Hackers, Viruses, etc… Email Attacks/Headers Current Events E-currency/Money Laundering Mules Case Study/Cyber Criminals
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The End Game Identify, Gather and Prosecute
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The Digital Crime Scene Block 5
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Crime Scene
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Crime Scene
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Cover your rear! Before seizing digital evidence, make sure you have the legal authority to do so. Improper access to information or data stored on electronic devices may violate provisions of federal laws. National Institute of Justice (2008 ) Electronic Crime Scene Investigation: An On-the- Scene Reference for First Responders
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Computer Systems Laptops Desktop systems Tower computers Rack-mounted systems Minicomputers Mainframe systems National Institute of Justice (2008 ) Electronic Crime Scene Investigation: An On-the- Scene Reference for First Responders
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A computer system’s hardware is likely to include: A case containing circuit boards, microprocessors, hard drive, memory and interface connections. A monitor or video display device. A keyboard and mouse. Peripheral devices such as external hard drives, modems, printers, scanners, routers and docking stations. National Institute of Justice (2008 ) Electronic Crime Scene Investigation: An On-the- Scene Reference for First Responders
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Storage Devices Hard drives (whether loose or connected to the system). External hard drives (generally require a power supply and a connection to the computer system). Removable media, e.g., cartridges or disk-based data storage devices. National Institute of Justice (2008 ) Electronic Crime Scene Investigation: An On-the- Scene Reference for First Responders
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Storage Devices Thumb or flash drives: Small, lightweight, removable data storage devices with USB connections. Can be found as part of, or disguised as, any number of common or unique devices, e.g., wrist- watch or Swiss Army Knife. Memory cards: Small data storage devices commonly used with digital cameras, computers, mobile phones, digital music players, personal digital assistants (PDAs) and video game consoles. National Institute of Justice (2008 ) Electronic Crime Scene Investigation: An On-the- Scene Reference for First Responders
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Handheld Devices Tablets Digital multimedia devices Digital cameras Global positioning satellite (GPS) receivers Mobile and smart phones National Institute of Justice (2008 ) Electronic Crime Scene Investigation: An On-the- Scene Reference for First Responders
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