Cyber Crime Investigator's Field Guide
Cyber Crime Investigator's Field Guide was written by Bruce Middleton. Its focus is the use of computer forensic tools and procedures in the field to identify, preserve and process computer related evidence. This excellent book is recommended by NTI in its training courses because it is a useful reference book concerning computer and Internet related investigations.
Bruce Middleton has over 20 years of experience in the design and security of data communications networks. He is a graduate of the University of Houston and he began his career with the U. S. National Security Agency (NSA) while serving with the U. S. Army. Mr. Middleton has extensive experience in computer investigations and is an experienced user of NTI's various computer forensic tools. During his impressive career he has worked for Boeing, NASA, major financial institutions, public utility companies, DISA/DARPA Joint Projects Office and other U. S. DoD and other U. S. government entities.
This book is an ideal reference book for investigators and individuals who may be called upon to testify about computer evidence issues in the court room. The target audience is corporate investigators, internal auditors, law enforcement computer specialists, Chief Information Officers, college professors and teachers. Cyber Crime Investigator's Field Guide is published by Auerbach Publications, ISBN 0-8493-1192-6. This book mentions NTI and it describes the use of NTI's computer forensics tools in computer related field investigations.