High-Technology Crime Investigator's Handbook
Establishing and Managing a High-Technology Crime Prevention Program
- Gerald Kovacich, CFE, CPP, CISSP, Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified Protection Professional, and Certified Information Systems Security Professional, Washington, USA
- William C. Boni, CISA, MBA, Director, Information Security for Motorola Corporation. He has worked as the Director of Information Protection Practices for Amgen; as a U.S. Army counterintelligence officer; federal agent and investigator; and a security consultant for such firms as PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst & Young
The high-technology crime investigator's profession is one of the fastest growing professions in the world today, as information security issues and crimes related to them are growing in number and magnitude at an ever-increasing pace. High-Technology Crime Investigator's Handbook, Second Edition, informs professionals of the potential risks of computer crimes, and serves as a guide to establishing and managing a high-technology crime investigative program. Each chapter is updated with the latest information and guidance, including added coverage of computer forensics and additional metrics to measure organizational performance. In addition, nine new chapters cover emerging trends in the field, and offer invaluable guidance on becoming a successful high-technology crime investigator.
PRIMARY MARKET: The targeted audience is INFOSEC and Information Assurance managers, technicians, and investigators; computer forensic professionals and forensic consulting firms; IT technical and IT network professionals interested in specializing in Security. SECONDARY MARKET: Business managers, corporate security professionals managers, law enforcement officers, and students enrolled in IT computer and information security classes.