Cyber Crime

Topics: Computer crime, Computer science / Pages: 539 (134697 words) / Published: Dec 20th, 2010
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Cyber Crime Investigations
Bridging the Gaps Between Security Professionals, Law

References: 6 United States National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace, February 14, 2003 (hereinafter “National Strategy”) at 10.The National Strategy is available at: 7 See Testimony of Keith Lourdeau, Deputy Assistant Director, Cyber Division, FBI Before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Terrorism,Technology, and Homeland Security, February 24, 2004 (“The FBI assesses the cyberterrorism threat to the U.S

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