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Digital Archaeology: The Art and Science of Digital Forensics, 1st edition

  • Michael W Graves

Published by Addison-Wesley Professional (August 27th 2013) - Copyright © 2014

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Digital Archaeology: The Art and Science of Digital Forensics

ISBN-13: 9780132853798

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Table of contents

Preface          xiii

About the Author         xxi

 

Chapter 1: The Anatomy of a Digital Investigation         1

A Basic Model for Investigators  2

Understanding the Scope of the Investigation  8

Identifying the Stakeholders  12

The Art of Documentation  13

Chapter Review  21

Chapter Exercises  21

References  22

 

Chapter 2: Laws Affecting Forensic Investigations          23

Constitutional Implications of Forensic Investigation  24

The Right to Privacy  29

The Expert Witness  31

Chapter Review  32

Chapter Exercises  32

References  33

 

Chapter 3: Search Warrants and Subpoenas          35

Distinguishing between Warrants and Subpoenas  36

What Is a Search and When Is It Legal?  37

Basic Elements of Obtaining a Warrant  40

The Plain View Doctrine  43

The Warrantless Search  44

Subpoenas  50

Chapter Review 51

Chapter Exercises  52

References  52

 

Chapter 4: Legislated Privacy Concerns          55

General Privacy  56

Financial Legislation  59

Privacy in Health Care and Education  62

Privileged Information  64

Chapter Review  67

Chapter Exercises  68

References  68

 

Chapter 5: The Admissibility of Evidence          71

What Makes Evidence Admissible?  71

Keeping Evidence Authentic  76

Defining the Scope of the Search  84

When the Constitution Doesn’t Apply  84

Chapter Review  89

Chapter Exercises  89

References  89

 

Chapter 6: First Response and the Digital Investigator         91

Forensics and Computer Science  91

Controlling the Scene of the Crime  96

Handling Evidence  100

Chapter Review  109

Chapter Exercises  109

References  110

 

Chapter 7: Data Acquisition         111

Order of Volatility  112

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