Digital Signal Processing


A Study on Digital Forensics Standard Operation Procedure for Wireless Cybercrime

Authors: Yun-Sheng Yen, I-Long Lin, Annie Chang

With the increases growth of Internet users and the development of new technologies, current legislations and security has faced difficulties in trying to keep up, hence cybercrime numbers are increased rapidly. Although wireless cybercrime is a new threat, but with the detail tracking and investigation effort, ultimately the professional will find some kind of digital evidence, and its often required to identify and preserve in order to be recognized and restoring the truth, hence the establishment of trainings in digital evidence through to forensic requires immediate implementation, with increase of the standards and knowledge it will strength the competence and credibility of the forensics unit’s professional ability in assistance to fight again all crime.

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[v1] 2012-08-18 22:02:27

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