“Practical Guide to Computer Forensics” released
J. Frank Grindstaff, Jr. CPA, and David Benton, CFCE, the authors of “Practical Guide to Computer Forensic”, have crafted a timely book for accountants, auditors, investigators, legal professionals and anyone fascinated with the latest trends in computer forensics.
Sorting data and investigative evidence has traditionally been documented on paper. However, the latest trend of computer technology is where damage or manipulation of significant evidence could be jeopardized. Important files and data, which should be able to be easily accessed, can suddenly vanish or be mysteriously doctored by someone. Investigators strive to uncover what happened, only to discover there is not a trace. This discovery could create a nightmare for investigators, accountants, auditors, or legal professionals needing the evidence in court. Enter the world of computer forensics.
Practical Guide to Computer Forensics discusses the history of computer forensics, along with policies, standard operating procedures and legal considerations. The authors, both experts in the field, delve into what makes a qualified computer forensics specialist and what is the best way to find one. An ideal read for anyone needing an extensive overview of computer forensics, Practical Guide to Computer Forensics is also an intriguing look into our increasingly technical world.
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