Department of Security Studies and International Affairs
Computer crime investigation is a multidisciplinary profession and almost no one today has been trained purely as a computer forensic analyst. Toward that end, investigators need professional reference guides and texts that cover the major points of computer forensics. In this article, we discuss some broad issues related to forensic computing and include a review of four texts on the subject:
- Computer Forensics: Incident Response Essentials, Warren G. Kruse II & Jay G. Heiser
- Computer Forensics & Privacy, Michael Caloyannides
- Cyber Forensics: A Field Manual for Collecting, Examining, and Preserving Evidence of Computer Crimes, edited by Albert J. Marcella Jr. & Robert S. Greenfield
- Handbook of Computer Crime Investigation, edited by Eoghan Casey.
Scholarly Commons Citation
Kessler, G. C., & Schirling, M. (2002). Computer Forensics: The Issues and Current Books in the Field. , (). Retrieved from http://commons.erau.edu/publication/426