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  • * '''[[Legal issues]]:''' [[Caselaw|Case law]]
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  • ...nination of optical media. It has been around since 1999 and is in use by law enforcement, government and data recovery companies worldwide.
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  • ;Conference on Digital Forensics, Security and Law ...gations Conference - Federal Law Enforcement Training Center - Open to all Law Enforcement & LE Support Staff
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  • | Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law | Association of Digital Forensics, Security and Law (ADFSL)
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  • * ''Electronic Crime Needs Assessment for State and Local Law Enforcement,'' National Institute of Justice, March 2002. * ''Law Enforcement Tools and Technologies for Investigating Cyber Attacks," Instit
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  • ...ed in the investigation of the 9/11 attacks. Originally available only for law enforcement, the application is now being supported by XtremeForensics who ...pple file systems, and Version 10 is now available for use outside of the law enforcement, intelligence and military environments. In addition, to cater
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  • Use of '''IXimager''' is restricted to members of federal/state/local law enforcement or certain government agencies. The ILook analysis tool, which
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  • ...e Ohio State University, Journal on Telecommunications and High Technology Law, Vol. 2, 2004.
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  • : Volunteer non-profit corporation composed of law enforcement professionals.
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  • ...iles1/nij/199408.pdf Forensic Examination of Digital Evidence: A Guide for Law Enforcement]
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  • SMART is a commercial product with seperate pricing for law enforcement and commercial users.
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  • ...scribers must meet the following criteria: Be a full-time member of either law enforcement or corporate security tasked with the investigations of high-te ...List membership open to Government employees (including but not limited to Law Enforcement) whose current duties include the FVA of video/audio. Private s
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  • ...of computer forensic software tools is made available, free of charge, to law enforcement computer specialists''". Other parts of the website hint at lar
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  • ...vidence.com.au/expert-opinion-in-law/ When is an Expert Opinion Allowed in Law?], October 24, 2014 ...USC 1030 and other statutes regulate the information private entities and law enforcement can access over a computer network.
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  • <i>Some events may be <u>limited</u> to <b>Law Enforcement Only</b> or to a specific audience. Such restrictions should b
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  • ...extracted in a scientific manner that will bear the scrutiny of a court of law.
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  • ...by the scope. An often used scope for forensic tools is the [[LEA only]] (law-enforcement only) scope.
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  • ...n] and identifying the officers and unit. However, for anyone outside the law enforcement community, it is not free. ...vestigation and is an excellent piece of evidence to be used in a court of law. The second feature is the exportation of the acquired data. [http://www.
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  • * [http://www.susteen.com/lawenforcement.htm DataPilot's Secure View for Law Enforcement]
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  • ...p://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~fms27/persec-2006/goodies/2006-Naccache-forensic.pdf Law Enforcement, Forensics and Mobile Communications]
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  • journal = {Journal of International Commercial Law and Technology},
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  • ...about the size of a football field. In addition, certain units applied by law enforcement have been known to shut down cellular service approximately 1 m Originally developed for law enforcement and military, RF jammers have been mainly used to disrupt the c
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  • ...l functions into one application in order to provide a single solution for law enforcement professionals and digital forensic investigators. ...l functions into one application in order to provide a single solution for law enforcement professionals and digital forensic investigators.
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  • * Dell will assist law enforcement in removing the passwords from password-protected hard drives.
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  • '''''National Institute of Standards and Technology Law Enforcement Standards Office (NIST OLES): '''''
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  • ...2010: [[Christa Miller]] http://www.christammiller.com/ about the need for law enforcement and digital forensics specialists to manage their online resume ...age and video categorization software and [http://www.bb-les.com/ BlueBear Law Enforcement Services]
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  • ...d-explorer-folder-view.aspx A Primer on Temporary Internet Files], by Eric Law, March 19, 2011
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  • HashKeeper is available, free-of-charge, to law enforcement, military and other government agencies throughout the world. I
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  • = Law Enforcement and Investigation Products = ...m MacForensicsLab Website] - Digital forensics and eDiscovery software for law enforcement professionals.
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  • ...s the ability to process disk images. This means that defense attorney's, law enforcement and corporate agencies can now access [[EnCase]]® (unencrypted
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  • Reports generated by the DC3 are available to US government agencies and law enforcement organizations. Members of these agencies can request copies at
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  • [[Category:Law enforcement agencies]]
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  • * The [[Federal Bureau of Investigation]] - A US Government law enforcement agency
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  • ...Chinese attacks on US companies and the limits of legal risks taken by non Law Enforcement persons in collecting data on foreign attackers[http://en.wikip ...k wiretapping, pen register or trap and trace laws (which restrict this to Law Enforcement).
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  • ...smitted in digital form that is to be tendered as an exhibit in a court of law. The past few decades have seen an explosion in the use of technology in al
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  • ...d intellectual property. He has also written several papers related to the law and computer forensics.
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  • ...ease in 2007, become popular tool among incident responce teams as well as law enforcement. NetworkMiner is today used by companies and organizations all
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  • ...ly offered by governmental agencies or organizations that directly support law enforcement. Tool Vendor training is training offered directly by a specif <i>Some training opportunities may be <u>limited</u> to <b>Law Enforcement Only</b> or to a specific audience. Such restrictions should b
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  • ...d and sold by Cyber Security Technologies. OnLineDFS is distributed to US law enforcement by WetStone Technologies as LiveWire Investigator.
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  • license = Commercial (free to US law enforcement) | ...able to US law enforcement at no cost. ATC-NY distributes the tools to US law enforcement and for educational use. Cyber Security Technology distributes
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  • ...first responders, investigating officers, forensics teams, and every other law-enforcement agency responsible for processing and prosecuting child pornogr
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  • ...ir words, "It's our hope that this document will help others, particularly law enforcement organizations, with policy development in this growing area of * [http://www.linuxleo.com/ The Law Enforcement and Forensic Examiner's Introduction to Linux] - By SA Barry Gr
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  • ...arski]] has released tools that will image iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch. (law enforcement only).
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  • ...n and establishment of facts or evidence, either for use within a court of law or to aid in understanding past events on a computer system. ...e included computer scientists, social scientists, forensic practitioners, law enforcement, lawyers, and judges. The synthesis of hard technology and scie
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  • * Digital evidence and the law
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  • ...gital forensic labs and used by field operatives in defense, intelligence, law enforcement, border security, and other government agencies worldwide. </p> ...the computers for full forensic examinations. Triage-Examiner is used by [[Law Enforcement]] agencies worldwide. Triage-Examiner Lab Add-On is an addition
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  • ...n depth forensic investigations. It is designed for forensic laboratories, law enforcement, field investigators and advanced private investigators. Gargoy
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  • ▫ Local, state and federal law enforcement
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  • ...aring known CP on the eMule and Gnutella networks, which were collected by law enforcement using forensic tools that we developed. We characterize a year' ...ourt of low, digital evidence. This kind of technology is used not only by law enforcement, but also by the multitude of users in their daily activities,
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  • Training is provided to all branches of the U.S. Government including Federal law enforcement. Training is provided in a hierarchical progression of courses
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  • * K. Chow, F. Law, M. Kwan, P. Lai, [http://i.cs.hku.hk/~cisc/forensics/papers/RuleOfTime.pdf
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  • ...rer since 2002. The company develops a range of forensic products aimed at law enforcement officials, investigators and experts in IT security and intelli
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  • ...roid, iOS, Blackberry, Windows Phone, Symbian and other operating systems. Law enforcement and government agencies, institutions, corporations and private
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  • license = Commercial (free to law enforcement) | ...no cost to US law enforcement, with a commercial version available to non-law enforcement. Version 2.0 was released in November 2010, adding live analys
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  • ...vailable on the market today, Cellebrite technology is in use by military, law enforcement, and government agencies across the world.
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  • ...d to the identification of a need for forensic software which could assist law enforcement to recover data from mobile phones and in 2003 XRY was created. The companies early success was in promoting the product to law enforcement agencies in Western Europe who were early adopters of the produ
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  • journal="Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law",
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  • == Law enforcement only == * [http://www.fletc.gov/cfi/fy06tibsched.htm Federal Law Enforcement Training Center]
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  • ...ons carried out digital forensic investigations for organisations (private law).
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  • ...mmitted to providing innovation platform with proprietary technologies for Law Enforcement Agencies, Government, Military Intelligence Agencies, Digital F
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  • ...hat are more common tend to be more important. The program can be used for law enforcement, defense, intelligence, and cyber-investigation applications.
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  • ...by Italian Law 48/2008, [Http://www.parlamento.it/parlam/leggi/08048l.htm Law 48/2008,]. ...that has arrived at version 4.0 (18-March-2013) and achieving praise from law enforcements of several foreign nations.
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  • ▫ Local, state and federal law enforcement
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  • ▫ Local, state and federal law enforcement
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  • ...rty Section]] (CCIPS). Mr. Carroll's career includes more than 33 years in law enforcement. Mr. Carroll is also a [[SANS]] Principal Instructor and co-aut
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  • ...e litigation support to other prosecutors; train federal, state, and local law enforcement personnel; comment on and propose legislation; and initiate and [[Category:Law enforcement agencies]]
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  • ...earch and development that will help ensure that COFEE serves the needs of law enforcement, even as technology evolves. Law enforcement can get COFEE from NW3C at www.nw3c.org or by contacting INTERP
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  • [[Category:Law]]
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  • ...elopment and the experience gathered from this. It is currently in use by law enforcement, government agencies and data recovery companies worldwide. It
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  • ...een reported. It's a little pricey ($1350 for a Corp license), cheaper for law enforcement and Government. It WORKS the vast majority of the time and the
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  • ...he field of digital forensics Lee worked for an international construction law company working directly under the director responsible for forensic constr
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  • ...a Detective with the City of Madison, WI Police Department and has been a Law Enforcement Officer since 1985. She is a certified forensic examiner (EnCE,
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  • ...n active case load and leads investigations for government, corporate, and law firm clients in matters involving all aspects of digital forensics and elec .... His responsibility included coordinating investigative issues with other law enforcement authorities. Mr. Padres also directed network surveillance and
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  • ...own firm, he directly worked with a variety of government agencies in the law enforcement, U.S. Department of Defense, and intelligence communities as th
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  • ...from the University of Virginia School of Law. He has worked in technology law since 1999, when he advised Internet startups in Silicon Valley on intellec
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  • ...t-effectively resolve our clients’ most pressing matters. Corporations, law firms, government agencies, and the courts rely on us for our objective and We successfully operate at the intersection of technology, law, investigations, and behavioral science: we uncover key digital evidence; w
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  • * Aceso by Radio Tactics [[http://www.radio-tactics.com/products/law/aceso-kiosk]]
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  • ...rvices. It strives to provide digital evidence training to local and state law enforcement officers.
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  • ...Hamming Distance, 7th annual Conference on Digital Forensics, Security and Law (ADFSL), Richmond (Virginia, US). May 2012.
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  • journal = "Richmond Journal of Law and Technology", journal = "Computer Law & Security Review",
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  • ...ment and attorneys.) His current career goal is to branch out as either a law enforcement team leader for digital forensics, focusing on northwest Washin
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  • |A law enforcement only imager<!-- comment -->
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  • [[File:Kennon_Privette_big.jpg]]Ken retired from federal law enforcement as the Director of the Computer Crimes Unit (CCU) at the U.S. P
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  • The principles of Subsidiarity and Proportionality more commonly used in law can also be applied to (forensic) analysis or investigations. ...dia.org/wiki/Proportionality_(law) Wikipedia article on Proportionality in law]
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  • * http://law.justia.com/cases/alabama/court-of-appeals-criminal/2010/08-1767.html [[Category:Law]]
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  • Law Enforcement Bag and Tag
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  • ...extracted in a scientific manner that will bear the scrutiny of a court of law.
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  • SWGDE is made up of federal, state and local law enforcement as well as private and public sector organizations. As of 2012
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  • ...ol is developed by a team of data recovery engineers in collaboration with law enforcement agencies and forensic experts.
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  • ...sics, there are well-established standards, procedures and models to which law courts can refer. ...isting process models have tended to focus on one particular area, such as law enforcement, and fail to take into account the different needs of those wor
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