The 5th issue of ENAC — a free monthly e-Newsletter for judges, technicians, prosecutors, lawyers, computer forensics specialists, human resources managers, jurists, law enforcement bodies, and any person that deals with electronic evidence and seeks to prevent cybercrime.
The 5th issue of the "Electronic Newsletter on the Fight Against Cybercrime” (ENAC) offers the following materials on various topics:
The digital environment has caused us to more fully comprehend the complexities of the assumptions we take for granted in the physical world. Stephen Mason talks about the authentication of digital documents.
Jorge A. Orlando, consultant in Law Reform and Observer for Justice and Security in Latin America exposes the current situation in Latin America in reference to the fight against Cybercrime.
As new criminal methods and more specifically cybercrime have proliferated, cyber criminals have developed a series of techniques aimed at masking their actions. Juan Carlos Ruiloba talks about these new anti-forensic techniques used.
“Forensics has to move into operating at all levels within a quality standards framework”. Andrew Rennison talks about the Forensic Science Quality Standards and Digital Evidence.
Cristos Velasco provides a review of the workshop “Cybercrime and Cyber Security Public Private Partnerships” which took place as part of the “European Dialogue on Internet Governance - EuroDIG 2009” activities, held in Switzerland.
The cases summarized in this issue include proof of the authenticity of e-mail correspondence (China), the status of scanned copies of documents (Russian Federation), and three cases (Netherlands, Sweden and Singapore) relating to obtaining details of people that are suspects in downloading intellectual property illegally.
Selection of conferences for the months of November and December 2009 that might be of benefit to lawyers, prosecutors, technicians, judges, computer forensic specialists, law enforcement bodies or any person that deals with cybercrime and electronic evidence.