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Chapter 17 Computer Crime Hess 17-1. Introduction Computer crimes are relatively easy to commit and difficult to detect Most computer crimes are not prosecuted.

expanding ways Hess 17-6 Classification and Types of Computer Crimes COMPUTER AS TARGET Viruses and worms Invariably involves/ RECOGNIZING EVIDENCE Conventional  Fingerprints  Documents  Hard drive Digital  Electronic files  E-mails Hess 17-15 The Preliminary Investigation DOCUMENTING DIGITAL EVIDENCE Thorough notes/ Auditors Computer experts Programmers Hess 17-25 The Investigative Team SOURCES National Cybercrime Training Partnership (NCTP) Electronic Crimes Task Forces (ECTFs) Perverted Justice NetSmartz /


Neal Kumar Katyal, “Criminal Law in Cyberspace”, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, Vol. 149, No. 4 (Apr., 2001), pp. 1003-1114. Presented by: Tasneem.

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Issues for Computer Users, Electronic Devices, Computer and Safety.

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Combating Cyber crimes- Law & Enforcement in India

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Introduction to Computer Forensics Brent Williams MSTM, CWNA, CWSP, CNE, MCSE, A+, N+ KSU ETTC Slides at:

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MANAGEMENT & LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF eCOMMERCE Defamation on the Internet “Defamation”, Arts Law Centre [Online: Accessed 4th February 2004 URL:

Cybercrime  Most criminal law is generic  Procedural law differs widely  Cybercrime can involve  Using a new means to effect a traditional crime  A completely new type/LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF eCOMMERCE  Script-kiddie (packet monkeys, lamerz)  Hacker in training  Disdained by the elite hackers  Phreaker  Person who cracks the telephone /Passwords are stored in encoded form  Minimize risk if hacker steals password file  Un-encoded password needed  Password cracking programs  Dictionary based /


African responses to e-commerce and Cyber Crime 18 th – 21 st March 2014 Sizwe Lindelo Snail Ka Mtuze Director- Snail Law Inc. Workshop on.

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Dealing with the Challenges of Cyber Crime in the Nigerian Economy – The Insurance Solution September 2015 By Shola Tinubu (FCIB) MD/CEO, Scib Nigeria.

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Combating Cyber crimes- Law & Enforcement in India Seminar on “Cyber Crimes : Issues & Challenges” on 15 th April 2006 at ITS, Ghaziabad Seminar on “Cyber.

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CISSP® Common Body of Knowledge Review: Legal, Regulations, Compliance & Investigations Domain Version: 5.9.

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Emerging Technologies Committee - 6/17/02 1 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES COMMITTEE JUNE 17, 2002 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES COMMITTEE JUNE 17, 2002 Frank DeCandido,

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THE PRESENTATION WILL CENTRE ON:  OVERVIEW OF CLOUD COMPUTING ◦ CLOUD COMPUTING – WHAT IS IT? ◦ Conceptual & definitional Issues  SECURITY ISSUES (Public,

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1 An Introduction to the War Between Businesses and Cyber Criminals By: Jeremy Poch By: Jeremy Poch.

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Sted og dato (Indsæt --> Diasnummer) Dias 1 Digital Footprints from a Police Perspectice: Fighting Child Pornography on the Internet.

of presence power of disposal over the files intention on possession files found in My documents temporary internet files recovered folders Sted og dato (Inds/raising campaigns at global, national and regional levels; Training programs for parents, guardians, educators, and children;/European Union The Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime The Council of Europe Convention on Protection of/Dias 26 Reactive vs Proactive Law enforcement investigates two types of cases: reactive and proactive. Reactive cases /


Digital forensic as tool for fighting cyber crime in Nigeria Oluwatoyin Okurumeh* & Edeaghe Ehikhamenor** *Corresponding Author Dept. of Computer Science.

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Slides by H. Johnson & S. Malladi- Modified by SJF- S061 Computer and Information Security Chapter 13 Legal and Ethical Aspects.

or calling card numbers, – proprietary corporate information, – pornographic image files, or –"warez" (pirated commercial software). Cybercrime / Computer Crime Computers as communications tools: often traditional crimes committed online/ and justice. Ethical Hierarchy Being a professional with special training imposes additional ethical obligations with respect to those affected by/ and processors of information –producers of new forms and types of assets –instruments of acts –symbols of intimidation and/


Cyber Security - the Laws that Govern Incident Response Joel Michael Schwarz Department of Justice Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section Criminal.

353-4253 / Joel.Schwarz@usdoj.gov http://www.cybercrime.gov Indiana University of Pennsylvania April 7, 2006 Today’s/pertaining to technical/legal issues, computer crime and CIP train law enforcement on cyber-investigation and other technical issues /180 days) Subpoena (with notice to the subscriber) Stored Content/Files and Read E-mail Subpoena (ECPA doesn’t apply) Transactional Records/(such as username or “screen name”) Length & type of service provided Session times and duration Temporarily assigned /


Information Technology Act 2000- An overview Date: 27th November 2008 Venue: National Institute of Financial Management Faridabad Sector-48, Pali Road.

which are not programmable and capable being used in conjunction with external files which contain computer programmes, electronic instructions, input data and output data/Associates, 2008 All Rights Reserved TYPES OF CYBER CRIMES © Seth Associates, 2008 All Rights Reserved Frequency of reporting Cybercrime in India During the year 2005/in creating awareness and encouraging reporting of cyber crime cases. Specialized Training of forensic investigators and experts Active coordination between police and other /


Federal Investigation and Prosecution of Computer and Intellectual Property Crimes Matthew Devlin Assistant United States Attorney Computer Hacking and.

Section (CCIPS) Types of Cases Types of Cases Computer /training to prosecutors and agents Outreach: Law Enforcement Outreach: Law Enforcement Incident ResponseIncident Response Search Warrants / 2703 ProcessSearch Warrants / 2703 Process Advice and SupportAdvice and Support Outreach: Community Outreach: Community Familiarize IP community with law enforcement optionsFamiliarize IP community with law enforcement options 4 Nov 2012 Cybercrime/filed, prosecution will move forward quickly Once charges are filed/


©2014 CliftonLarsonAllen LLP CLAconnect.com Incident Response and Forensic Preparedness TSCPA Expo Michael Nyman, CPA, CISA, CISSP, CRISC, CIITP CliftonLarsonAllen.

Cost of global cybercrime: $114 billion annually. Time lost due to cybercrime an additional $274 billion. Cybercrime costs the /plan define an incident? 18 ©2014 CliftonLarsonAllen LLP Types of Incidents External –Email Phishing –Malicious Website /testing ◊ Table top exercises ◊ Simulations –Establish a training program for IR team and employees 27 ©2014 CliftonLarsonAllen / Employee’s internet banking credentials were compromised Fraudulent ACH payroll files totaling over $150,000 are sent  Law enforcement /


GLBA & IS/IT Risk Assessments

High Level of Effort: Low Finding: Customer account file is transmitted to vendor. The financial institution has /possible external threats. External Risk Rating (high, medium, low) Type of risks associated with internal and external threats (reputation, financial/ accepted security standard (ISO27001) No formal training and security awareness program noted for employees / incidents, and potential protective measures and practices. Cybercrime Initiative Resources United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team/


Securing Enterprise Network Infrastructure (Towards secure internetworking on Pakistan Educational Research Network) Dr. Adeel Akram Dr. Adeel Akram UET.

the use of Intranet and Internet resources. Pakistan Educational Research Network Types of Network Attacks Web-Hacking-Incident-Database - http://webappsec.pbworks./ Attack Losses Report to Security Agencies Prevent Attack / Plan Response FBI Cybercrime Investigation Procedure ► To ensure that your organization can react to an/ Network Services ► Disable Windows File Sharing ► Update the Operating System ► Choose Strong Passwords ► Anti-virus Software Installation and Update ► Train the End Users to maintain /


The Information Security Process Emiliano Kargieman

project www.dshield.org www.dshield.org Cybercrime The Information Security Process CSI/FBI Survey/Survey 2001 (cont.) Quantifiable loss by type of attack Type of attackLoss Unauthorized access (from inside)$6/Crypto –Access control –Etc. Procedures Emergency response Auditing capabilities Visibility Training (We’ll go into more detail later) Modeling Risk The / Over 30 technical papers and security advisories published  4 patents filed and / or pending The Information Security Process Our solutions The/


Chapter 9. Copyright Pearson Prentice-Hall 2010  In previous chapters, we have looked at threats, planning, and response  In Chapter 9, we complete.

Prentice-Hall 2010  Computer Forensics Experts ◦ Professionals trained to collect and evaluate computer evidence in ways that are/ secrets ◦ These laws often have far harsher consequences than cybercrime laws 56 Copyright Pearson Prentice-Hall 2010  Event logging for/There will be limited disk storage for log files ◦ When log files reach storage limits, they must be archived ◦/ long to get operating 85 Copyright Pearson Prentice-Hall 2010  Types of Backup Facilities ◦ Site sharing  Site sharing among a /


NATIONAL CRITICAL INTELLIGENCE ESTIMATE: UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS IN THE UNITED STATES.

training to certify UAS pilots for all sUAS, can be online videos or simulations run by commercial and / or FAA entities or classes hosted by FAA certified instructors. Executive Summary Recommendations: Cyber-Terrorism / Counter Cyber-Terrorism Implications of UAS ASIC Chips – Improves performance and moves away from open source. Cryptographic Swap Type/  “We have people committing cybercrime offenses again & again, but/ national airspace system (NAS)  ‘File and Fly’: file a flight plan and fly within the/


Cyber Security - the laws that protect your systems and govern incident response Joel Michael Schwarz Department of Justice Computer Crime and Intellectual.

202) 353-4253 / Joel.Schwarz@usdoj.gov http://www.cybercrime.gov Today’s goals: 1. An introduction to DOJ’s/ policy pertaining to technical/legal issues, computer crime and CIP train law enforcement on cyber-investigation and other technical issues Today’s/ laws are set up using a type of hierarchy requiring different types of approvals depending upon the intrusiveness / other stored communication services (such as letting a student store files, web pages, etc.) what records can network operators voluntarily/


Procedures for Responding to Attacks on Computers

of training, manual procedures, technology, and awareness efforts Computer Security Information Resources Computer Security Information Resources Evolving Privacy Laws Cybercrimes /types of systems and networks, each needing their own recovery procedures PCs and portable computers are often used to perform automated routines within IT departments, and are therefore important to an organization’s contingency plan Web sites communicate corporate information to the public or internal users Servers support file/


Copyright 2001 Marchany1 Randy Marchany VA Tech Computing Center Blacksburg, VA 24060 540-231-9523 Applying Risk Analysis Techniques.

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Computer Forensics Principles and Practices

® Forensic Version 5 A DOD-approved tool for gathering and evaluating electronic information Supports the following e-mail investigation file types: MSN Hotmail Outlook and Outlook Express Yahoo! AOL 6, 7, 8, and 9 Netscape mBox (Unix) Discuss/ Forensic Tools and Toolkits (Cont.) EnCase Cybercrime Arsenal is a customizable package of software, hardware, and training Available in three packaged solutions Offers four views of collected data: Table view displays files in a spreadsheet-style format Gallery view/


Chapter 9.  In previous chapters, we have looked at threats, planning, and response  In Chapter 9, we complete the discussion of the plan-protect-respond.

-Hall 2009 39  Computer Forensics Experts ◦ Professionals trained to collect and evaluate computer evidence in ways that are/ secrets ◦ These laws often have far harsher consequences than cybercrime laws Copyright Pearson Prentice-Hall 2009 45  Event logging for/There will be limited disk storage for log files ◦ When log files reach storage limits, they must be archived ◦/ long to get operating Copyright Pearson Prentice-Hall 2009 72  Types of Backup Facilities ◦ Site sharing  Site sharing among a firm/


E-Security By Leif Gamertsfelder Senior Associate Deacons Phone: 02 9330 8448.

these clauses  The type of obligation that the other company actually assumes, ie:  reasonable steps?  a higher obligation?  what representations were made? Cybercrime New offences relating to/failed to implement internal measures appropriate under the circumstances, namely: -no training for employees re privacy and information security -did not provide oversight or/ Evidence Rook v Maynard –Unauthorised access and viewing of personal files on DSS system –Trace placed by management –Trace logged each/


Incident and Disaster Response Chapter 10 Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall 2013.

considerations.  Explain the necessity of backup.  Describe the functions and types of intrusion detection systems (IDSs).  Explain the importance of education, /Prentice Hall 2013  Computer Forensics Experts ◦ Professionals trained to collect and evaluate computer evidence in ways that/These laws often have far harsher consequences than cybercrime laws 51 Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall 2013 10/ will be limited disk storage for log files ◦ When log files reach storage limits, they must be archived/


Legal Issues in Peer to Peer Cases Lt. David Peifer District Attorney’s Office Delaware County, Pennsylvania.

IP addresses assigned; and 5) length of service (including start date) and types of service utilized. Expectation of Privacy in P2P Cases U.S. v. Borowy/ will want to seize? Background Affiant’s training and experience. Affiant’s training and experience. Statutory violations that may have been/ going on during that time frame. “Index.dat” file. “Index.dat” file. How is C/P organized on computer. How is/the areas of sex crimes/child abuse, as well as cybercrime. Each of these two areas is separated into a case/


Copyright, 1995-2006 1 Information Security Roger Clarke, Xamax Consultancy, Canberra Visiting Professor in Cyberspace Law & Policy at U.N.S.W., eCommerce.

file hash of the PIN the PIN itself Clear view of the person,... Public key, much software, PKI, much law, much faith Hardware, software,... Copyright, 1995-2006 25 Firewalls A firewall is a device interposed between a network and the Internet, which determines: which incoming traffic is permitted which outgoing traffic is permitted Types/, design Operational staff time for: training, rehearsals, incident handling, backups Loss//journals/PLPR/1996/41.html Cybercrime / Computer Crime Legislation http://www/


Legal and Ethical Issues in Computer Security Jim Davis Electrical and Computer Engineering Iowa State University.

Statement of what we are trying to protect (what type of data) Attributes that need protection (C.I/not prescriptive in technology May 6, 2004ISSS0425 1. International Cybercrime Treaty Goal: facilitate cross-border computer crime investigation Who: /and confidentiality policies Information security officers Education and training programs Sanctions Technical Practices and procedures Individual authentication/cases Consent disclosure of his/her own records File a complaint with FERPA Records include: personal /


Copyright, 2002 © Michael Sonntag WWW: Mag. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Michael Sonntag.

htm Mag. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Michael Sonntag Convention on Cybercrime Legal and Technical Aspects of E-Commerce, Budapest, 7.-/: Mere sending of data TO the system (e.g. mail or file) »This is accepted by the system (or rejected) »Difficult: Sending/ include possibility for deprivation of liberty l Can be any type of sanction in case of corporate liability (legal persons, / for issuing orders Good idea, but rather costly: Highly trained (and expensive) personnel and equipment required! Michael Sonntag32 Legal/


Criminal Investigation Basic Perspectives CHAPTER Copyright © 2016, 2012, 2009 by Pearson Education, Inc. All Rights Reserved Criminal Investigation: Basic.

Investigation: Basic Perspectives, 13e Lushbaugh | Weston Fraud Types Auto fraud  Seller keeps the money for the/| Weston Investigation Forensic examination is needed in cybercrime. Seizure of the electronics is the first /files.  Deleted files. continued on next slide Copyright © 2016, 2012, 2009 by Pearson Education, Inc. All Rights Reserved Criminal Investigation: Basic Perspectives, 13e Lushbaugh | Weston Investigation Forensic computer investigation should be conducted by someone who is well trained/


Digital Forensics and Digital Detective Work. 2 Objectives Recognize the role e-evidence plays in physical, or violent, and digital item crimes Describe.

legal and ethical issues affecting evidence search and seizure Identify the types of challenges to the admissibility of e-evidence 3 Objectives (Cont/case file, on a floppy disk, hard disk, or removable media. Case analysisNoneInvestigators use experience and training to search the computer evidence for documents, deleted files, images/services without having to pay for them  Industrial espionage 31 Categories of Cybercrimes Computer is the crime target Computer is the crime instrument Computer is incidental/


What is Ethics? Ethics –Set of beliefs about right and wrong behavior Ethical behavior –Conforms to generally accepted social norms Doing what is ethical.

Information Technology for Managers 6 Requiring Employees to Take Ethics Training Company’s code of ethics must be promoted and continually communicated within/Quon’s messages to the OPD Information Technology for Managers18 Cybercrime and Computer Security Cybercrime –Criminal activity in which a computer or a computer network/undesirable event –Often attached to a file –Do not spread themselves from computer to computer –Macro viruses Information Technology for Managers20 Types of Attacks (continued) Worms –Harmful /


Workshop on “Cyber Crime”

Work experience of handling cybercrime matters with Delhi Police Delivered training workshops to Delhi police on dealing with cybercrime investigation cases Recently authored a/ and embezzlement using the new medium, often involving the Internet Different Types of Cybercrimes Types of Cyber crimes Credit card frauds Cyber pornography Sale of illegal articles/, commonly referred to as "electronic commerce“ To facilitate electronic filing of documents with Government agencies and E-Payments To amend the/


Chapter 10 – Legal Stuff.

about this a bit) (more) Complexities in Cybercrime Not everyone reports breaches (in fact many companies / a security policy for each system and conduct training for individuals involved with these systems. Economic Espionage/2 copies (primary/control) and working image Create hashes on files before analysis (why) (more) Forensics process Collect – collect/ info into an application such as accounting revenue data) Different Types of Attacks Excessive Privileges – when privileges are mis-configured giving/


Computer Forensics Principles and Practices by Volonino, Anzaldua, and Godwin Chapter 2: Computer Forensics and Digital Detective Work.

legal and ethical issues affecting evidence search and seizure Identify the types of challenges to the admissibility of e-evidence © Pearson Education /case file, on a floppy disk, hard disk, or removable media. Case analysisNoneInvestigators use experience and training to search the computer evidence for documents, deleted files, /espionage © Pearson Education Computer Forensics: Principles and Practices 28 Categories of Cybercrimes Computer is the crime target Computer is the crime instrument Computer is /


CSE 4482: Computer Security Management: Assessment and Forensics

market Recognized file types and retrieved lost or deleted files Norton DiskEdit soon followed And became the best tool for finding deleted file 1987 Apple/Training on software for forensics investigations IRS created search-warrant programs ExpertWitness for the Macintosh First commercial GUI software for computer forensics Created by ASR Data Recovers deleted files and fragments of deleted files/ protected Guidelines: Ch 1, 2 in http://www.cybercrime.gov/ssmanual/index.html 33 Examining a Computer Crime 34/


Copyright © 1995-2013 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE USC CSci530 Computer Security Systems Lecture.

Access Control List –Capability list Unix file system Andrew file system SSH authorized key files Restricted proxies, extended certificates Group /education. Oct. 21-27, Cybercrime. Highlights how people can protect themselves against cybercrime and how to get help. /- UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE Intrusion Types External attacks –Password cracks, port scans, packet spoofing,/ Delegate management –Users can rely on better trained entities to manage their systems. Try not /


Chapter 10 – Legal Stuff. Background (835) As technology increases and becomes more and more complex and people integrate it more and more, computer crime.

talk about this a bit) (more) Complexities in Cybercrime Not everyone reports breaches (in fact many companies /develop a security policy for each system and conduct training for individuals invovled with these systems. Economic Espionage/2 copies (primary/control) and working image –Create hashes on files before analysis (why) (more) Forensics process Collect – collect all/ not require evidence to back it up) (more) Evidence Types Conclusive Evidence – irrefutable and cannot be contradictied. Does not require/


Part 2.  Table of Contents ◦ Part 1  What Are Ethics?  Solving Ethical Dilemmas  Corporate Social Responsibility  How Do Ethics Apply to ICT? ◦ Part.

: access to medical information from online medical articles 6. Lack of training to use hardware and software wisely and safely  Information should be / Property Office allows people and organizations to protect their intellectual property formally by filing it officially for trademarks, and patents, or using the Copyright Act. / of cybercrimes and online scams. Fraud  Aside: ◦ There are numerous forms of cybercrimes and online scams.  The RCMP tracks the number of Canadian victims of various types of/


CPIS 312 Chapter One: Introduction to Information Security By Dr. Daniyal Alghazzawi 2011 – Term2.

attack on authenticity C.1. Threats: Types C.1. Threats: Examples 23 Steal, alter, or delete confidential files Steal hardware devices Virus infection Operation / secure system  ~ by clearly stated system administrator responsibilities,  ~ by training users appropriately etc. 4. System Design: Taking advantage of basic h/w /Analysis Information Assets Authorized Malware Terms and Concepts 41 Malicious Cybercrime Threats Vulnerabilities Control Confidentiality 1. One control against accidental software/


What You Should Know About IT Security. What Is At Stake? What Are We Protecting? Protected Personal Information (PPI) Access to and disclosure of PPI.

prescription (confidential) Completed W9 form (confidential) Training materials (internal) Patient discharge form (confidential) /type of malicious code that infiltrates a computer system. How to Avoid Viruses and Other Malware Ways malware can infect your computer: Downloading and installing software from unknown or unreliable sources. Clicking on email or web links from infected sources. Sharing files/http://www.networkworld.com/article/2995427/malware- cybercrime/how-much-is-your-stolen-personal-data-worth/


Cyber War, Cyber Terrorism and Cyber Espionage (v1.2)

Occurring -- And Why We Need More Cyber Crime-Trained Attorneys,” http://www.uoregon.edu/~joe/tour/cybercrime.pdf from January 8th, 2008 (122 slides) Think/www.foxnews.com/projects/pdf/Maldonado_Complaint.pdf Filed Feb 13th, 2007 "U.S. Citizen Sentenced to Prison for Receiving Military Training from a Terrorist Organization," July 20th,/and the Other End of the Spectrum, “Non-Technical” Military Information Operations Some Types of “High Tech” Weapons Simply Aren’t Primarily Computer or Network Oriented There/


Vendor Management Presented by Kristina Buckley of

Documentation Current GL and E&O Insurance Certificates Cybercrime if applicable Most Recent Penetration/Vulnerability Test Results Performed/ in the description throughout a specified period. Type 1 – report on the fairness of the / Assessment or Documentation review: No formal security awareness training program noted for employees and subcontractors. Old documentation such/volume, data changes Encryption New technology for sending files Remote access Employee terminations Annual Reporting Five Components/


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