Computer Forensics
Source: SC Magazine - Posted by Jen Olson   
Intrusion Detection "The ease of perpetrating a cybercrime, the relative anonymity afforded the offender, and the difficulty in pursuing and tracking down the offender, all contribute to the rise in the frequency of these types of crimes," say Dave Schultz and Jeff Lendino, . . . "The ease of perpetrating a cybercrime, the relative anonymity afforded the offender, and the difficulty in pursuing and tracking down the offender, all contribute to the rise in the frequency of these types of crimes," say Dave Schultz and Jeff Lendino, both associate legal counsels for Ontrack Data International, Inc. "In addition, the borderless aspect of this type of crime necessarily involves dealing with jurisdictional issues, often international, and can make enforcement or pursuit problematic."

The proposed cybercrime treaty is currently being reviewed by experts within the Council of Europe, who are expected to finalize the document by mid-year. After this, the full committee of ministers must approve it, subsequently passing it along to E8 nations and Council of Europe member countries for their final signatures.

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