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Title: Forensic challenges for handling incidents and crime in cyberspace
Authors: Taute, B
Grobler, M
Nare, S
Keywords: Digital forensics
Cyber space
Cyber crime
Cyber forensics
Computer forensics
Information security
Computer security incident response team
CSIRT
Issue Date: Oct-2009
Citation: Taute, B, Grobler, M and Nare, S. 2009. Forensic challenges for handling incidents and crime in cyberspace. Technology and the Law Converge Conference, The Farm Inn, Pretoria, 27 - 29 October 2009, pp 1-39
Abstract: The world is increasingly dependent on ICT for computing, communications, transactions, commerce, data storage, entertainment and a host of other functions. Protesters, terrorists and warmongers have found the Internet to be a useful tool to achieve their goals. Who will bring law and order to cyberspace? This presentation focuses on the technology challenges for dealing with digital forensics and the time factor in dealing with incidents and crime in cyberspace.
Description: Technology and the Law Converge Conference, The Farm Inn, Pretoria, 27 - 29 October 2009
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3756
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