5 May 2009

Special issue: Cybercrime forensics education and training

International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics 2(2) 2009

Papers from the Second International Conference on Cybercrime Forensics Education and Training (CFET, 2008) held in Canterbury, UK, 1-2 September 2008
  • IT forensics: 22 years on
  • Development of masters modules in computer forensics and cybercrime for computer science and forensic science students
  • Multidisciplinary learning using mock trials
  • New methodology in facial composite construction: from theory to practice
  • Mobile phone forensics: an overview of technical and legal aspects
  • An analysis of the accuracy and usefulness of Vinetto, Pasco and Mork.pl
  • XFT: a forensic toolkit for the original Xbox game console
  • An investigation into the technical, legal and ethical issues associated with biometrics in the UK (application to biometrics module for computing programmes)
  • Fighting cybercrime: legislation in China
  • Cybercrime – raising awareness for future professionals

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