The Psychology of Computer Deviance: How it can assist in digital evidence analysis.
Marc Rogers - Purdue University
Dec 06, 2006Size: 245.0MB
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AbstractThe talk will look at the phenomenon of deviant computer behavior and how understanding the individuals who engage in this behavior can benefit digital evidence investigations. A brief overview of the current research on computer deviance will be presented. An investigative process model will also be introduced that will assist in the investigation and analysis of computer crimes.
About the SpeakerMarc Rogers, Ph.D., CISSP, CCCI is the Head of the Cyber Forensics Program in the Dept. of Computer and Information Technology at Purdue University. He is an Associate Professor and also a research faculty member at the Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS). Dr. Rogers was a senior instructor for (ISC)2, the international body that certifies information system security professionals (CISSP), is a member of the quality assurance board for (ISC)2’s SCCP designation, and is Chair of the Law, Compliance and Investigation Domain of the International Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) committee. He is a former police detective who worked in the area of fraud and computer crime investigations. Dr. Rogers is the associate editor of the Journal of Digital Forensic Practice and co-editor of the Journal of Digital Forensics Security and Law, and sits on the editorial board for several other professional journals. He is also a member of various national and international committees focusing on digital forensic science and digital evidence. Dr. Rogers is the author of numerous book chapters, and journal publications in the field of digital forensics and applied psychological analysis. His research interests include applied cyber forensics, psychological digital crime scene analysis, and cyber terrorism.
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