Cyber Forensics

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ISBN:

9780199489442

Publication date:

15/06/2018

Paperback

504 pages

Price: 765.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780199489442

Publication date:

15/06/2018

Paperback

504 pages

Cyber Forensics is a textbook designed for the undergraduate engineering students of Computer Science and Information Technology programmes for the related course. The book will be equally useful as a primer for students from diverse backgrounds to help understand how cyber media is misused for committing crimes. It will also be useful for cyber forensic professionals, cybercrime investigators, and computer professionals for implementing security measures to protect their digital assets.

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Description

Cyber Forensics is a textbook designed for the undergraduate engineering students of Computer Science and Information Technology programmes for the related course. The book will be equally useful as a primer for students from diverse backgrounds to help understand how cyber media is misused for committing crimes. It will also be useful for cyber forensic professionals, cybercrime investigators, and computer professionals for implementing security measures to protect their digital assets.

Beginning with a chapter on computer networks and security, the book moves on to discussing cybercrime, its classification, and its contemporary and future trends in the subsequent chapters. The core concepts of forensic principles, processes and tools used, and cases are discussed at length in the succeeding chapters, before ending with dedicated chapters on cyber laws, both in the Indian and international contexts, along with interesting case studies.

Table of contents

  1. Networks and Network Security
  2. Introduction to Cybercrime
  3. Classification of Cybercrime
  4. Cybercrime—The Present and the Future
  5. Introduction to Cyber Forensics
  6. Digital Evidence
  7. Cyber Forensics—The Present and the Future
  8. Acquisition and Handling of Digital Evidence
  9. Analysis of Digital Evidence
  10. Admissibility of Digital Evidence
  11. Cybercrime Case Studies
  12. Introduction to Cyber Laws
  13. Cyber Laws in India and Case Studies
  14. International Cyber Laws and Case Studies

Features

  • Provides a perfect balance of discussion on cybercrime, forensics, and cyber laws (both Indian and International)
  • Discusses principles, processes, and case studies for a better grasp of concepts
  • Introduces a fundamental chapter on computer networks and security
  • Provides a model case example report as an appendix for a better understanding of how forensic examination findings are reported and documented


ONLINE RESOURCES
For Faculty:
  • Lecture PPTs
  • Instructor’s manual (hints/answers to chapter-end application exercises)

For Students:
  • Colour illustrations from the book
  • Video resources on email tracing, tracking, and recovery of deleted files

Description

Cyber Forensics is a textbook designed for the undergraduate engineering students of Computer Science and Information Technology programmes for the related course. The book will be equally useful as a primer for students from diverse backgrounds to help understand how cyber media is misused for committing crimes. It will also be useful for cyber forensic professionals, cybercrime investigators, and computer professionals for implementing security measures to protect their digital assets.

Beginning with a chapter on computer networks and security, the book moves on to discussing cybercrime, its classification, and its contemporary and future trends in the subsequent chapters. The core concepts of forensic principles, processes and tools used, and cases are discussed at length in the succeeding chapters, before ending with dedicated chapters on cyber laws, both in the Indian and international contexts, along with interesting case studies.

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Table of contents

  1. Networks and Network Security
  2. Introduction to Cybercrime
  3. Classification of Cybercrime
  4. Cybercrime—The Present and the Future
  5. Introduction to Cyber Forensics
  6. Digital Evidence
  7. Cyber Forensics—The Present and the Future
  8. Acquisition and Handling of Digital Evidence
  9. Analysis of Digital Evidence
  10. Admissibility of Digital Evidence
  11. Cybercrime Case Studies
  12. Introduction to Cyber Laws
  13. Cyber Laws in India and Case Studies
  14. International Cyber Laws and Case Studies

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