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Designing and Managing Networks to Aid the Capture and Preservation of Evidence to support the Fight Against e-Crime

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2 Author(s)
Wright, P. ; City of London Police High Tech Crime Unit, London ; Fone, W.

The increase in Hi-Tech crime has prompted the introduction of regulation and legislation to improve response and reporting. Unfortunately evidence exists to suggest that policies and practices to support these measures are lacking. We analyze the possible cause and propose that a divide between commercial and technical management structures needs to be closed and executives need to be aware of technical and security issues. Training needs to be improved at all levels. Regular review and planning needs to consider the responsibilities the regulations place upon companies and organizations.

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Networking, Sensing and Control, 2007 IEEE International Conference on

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15-17 April 2007

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