Title

E-commerce security: The categorical role of computers in forensic online crime

Author First name, Last name, Institution

Fahim Akhter, Zayed University

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Source of Publication

Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)

Publication Date

7-1-2008

Abstract

Computer forensic technology with the encapsulation of prevention issues could protect data and information from hackers. Despite being a new field, great advancement have been made in computer crime investigation to protect information and data. Powerful evidence processing tools have been developed and there is a move towards standardization. The purpose of this paper is to generate an interest in and awareness of computer forensics by providing some basic information. This paper emphasizes the role of computers in crime and to give guidance for dealing with computers in that role. The fundamental purpose of categories discussed in this paper is to emphasize the role of computers in crime and to give guidance for dealing with computers in that role. These categories can be used to develop procedures for dealing with digital evidence and investigating crimes involving computers. These guidelines are still in their early stages, especially with regards to digital evidence. © 2008 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

ISBN

3540691367

ISSN

0302-9743

Publisher

Springer Nature

Volume

5075 LNCS

First Page

298

Last Page

303

Disciplines

Computer Sciences

Keywords

Computer crime; Computers; Data processing; Digital arithmetic; Electronic commerce; Encapsulation; Industrial engineering; Intersymbol interference; Labeling; Labels; Law enforcement; Personal computing; Standardization; Weight control; Computer forensics; Crime; Data encapsulation; Personal computing; (OTDR) technology; Computer Forensics; Crime investigations; Data and information; Digital evidences; E commerce security; Early stages; evidence processing; Heidelberg (CO); international conferences; International workshops; Security informatics; Springer (CO); Security of data; Computer crime; Computers; Data Processing; Industrial Engineering; Labeling; Legislation; Standards; Crime investigation; Data and information; Digital evidence; E-commerce security; Evidence processing; Protect information

Scopus ID

45849097601

Indexed in Scopus

yes

Open Access

no

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