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NSA E-Crime Workshop 27 June 01 (CD-ROM)

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Carrie M. Whitcomb; John Ritz; Stacey Levine; Dara K. Sewell; Casey J. Dunlevy
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This CD-ROM contains the Power Point slides of five training sessions, presented by the National Sheriff's Association, at an E-Crime Workshop, held in June of 2001.
This CD-ROM covers the five topic areas presented at this workshop. The program entitled A Forensic Science Perspective on Digital Evidence Training Education and Certification includes an overview of technology changes and how it influences the way evidence changes are viewed, such as digital evidence as a new forensic science challenge, and topics of discussion on what is the National Center for Forensic Science, what is the Scientific Working Group for Digital Evidence, and training resources, and describes the NCTP Industry and academic portfolio, assistance available via the NIJ Guide, next and future steps to be taken in the area of digital evidence. The Electronic Crime Program, presented by the National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center/Northeast, includes a description of the Center; the NE Electronic Crime Coalition; the National Law Enforcement Cyberscience Lab/Northeast; cybercrime initiatives including outreach and training, technical assistance, and technology and tools; and ending with a review of future activities. The workshop on Emerging Computer Issues for 21st Century law Enforcement, given by the Computer Analysis Response Team Field Operations Manager/East, contains information on computer forensics; work load; computer analysis response team competition; computer crimes definitions; types of computer crime; computer analysis response teams; FBI digital evidence, training, and certification; FBI digital evidence processing equipment; specialized training; lab structure; regional computer forensic labs; RCFL expansion; and ends with a discussion of new technology. The workshop on Responding to the Challenge of Computer Crime, presented by the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section of the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, includes three types of computer crime; law enforcement's response/lack of boundaries; computer crime and intellectual property section; response problems for local departments; present challenges and those ahead for law enforcement; and concludes with a slide on where to get more information about this agency and its work. The workshop on Cybercrime, The Future is Today, presented by the CERT Analysis Center, of the CERT Centers, Software Engineering Institute, covers targets of cybercrime, such as financial systems, e-commerce, businesses, and references discussion of the drug trade and smuggling as it relates to cybercrime; a graph in which attack sophistication is compared to intruder technical knowledge; old crimes, new tools; society and technology; the new world; information revolution; context; emerging and future trends; and overlapping of cyber and organized crime, and challenges to fighting cybercrime.