By Brett Shavers
Cybercrime Case Presentation is a "first glance" excerpt from Brett Shavers' new Syngress ebook, Placing the Suspect in the back of the Keyboard. Case presentation calls for the abilities of a very good forensic examiner and nice public speaker so that it will express adequate info to an viewers for the viewers to put the suspect at the back of the keyboard. utilizing numerous visible aids, demonstrative equipment, and analogies, investigators can successfully create an atmosphere the place the viewers totally knows complicated technical details and job in a chronological style, as though they saw the case because it occurred.
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These will work as long as you have writing utensils. When technology fails and you are not allowed the time to correct the issues, having a backup plan may save your presentation. However, there are substantial drawbacks to using these items. As an example, using a flip chart or standing dry erase board, as seen in Fig. 5, requires that you write on it, and therefore, be in front of it, blocking the view of the flip chart. Your writing legibility is critical, as is your artistic ability, in order for your audience to read your writing and interpret your drawing.
As an example, using a flip chart or standing dry erase board, as seen in Fig. 5, requires that you write on it, and therefore, be in front of it, blocking the view of the flip chart. Your writing legibility is critical, as is your artistic ability, in order for your audience to read your writing and interpret your drawing. Fig. 5 A flip chart/standing dry erase board, when technology fails, may be a good backup visual aid. There are no 舠do-overs舡 either, in that what you write and draw, unprepared, has been memorialized.
Another example of an analogy linking a suspect to having access to certain files is that of file access rights. If a specific folder seized from a computer network is evidence in your case and that folder had restricted rights, then the list of suspects can be narrowed. Perhaps only a few users had access to the folders, including the network administrator. The analogy to be used could be that of an apartment building. In an apartment building, tenants have physical access only to their apartment and any common area such as a laundry room.