Annotation qWith the acceptance of computers in our everyday life, a new line of crime has emerged revolving around the computer. Just as computers make daily transactions more efficient, they have also made many crimes more efficient. This trend is likely to continue, and for that reason alone police investigators should make themselves better prepared for computer related crime investigations. Divided into four sections, this book proposes theoretical and practical information, interventions, directives, and ideas. This text will be a useful resource for law enforcement professionals, criminal justice students, security professionals, and private business.q--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved.... only by our own imagination on what combinations we can use to create entire sentences, paragraphs, and complicated equations. ... The invention of the transistor, also known as the semiconductor, was one of the most important developments leading to the expansion of computers. ... Now, instead of waiting for a mechanical switch in a vacuum tube to open or close the modern computer waits microseconds ... This meant that engineers could connect the transistors without wires.
|Title||:||The Investigator's Guide to Computer Crime|
|Author||:||Carl J. Franklin|
|Publisher||:||Charles C Thomas Publisher - 2006-01-01|