Investigating Internet Crimes: An Introduction to Solving Crimes in Cyberspace

  Investigating Internet Crimes

By Todd G. Shipley, CFE and Art Bowker 



Investigating Internet Crimes provides an introduction to investigating, documenting and locating Internet criminals. This reference guide outlines step-by-step instructions for investigating Internet crimes. This includes locating, interpreting, understanding, collecting and documenting electronically stored information (ESI).

The book discusses how Internet crimes can be investigated and the legal issues associated with collecting online ESI so that the evidence can be admitted in any legal proceeding.

You Will Learn How To:

Track down, interpret and understand online electronic evidence to benefit investigations

Use software tools that assist in online investigations

Recognize the tools you can use to investigate Internet crime

Product Details:
Copyright 2014
Paperback, 472 Pages
Syngress Publishing

Table of Contents:


Chapter 1: Introduction to Internet Crime

Chapter 2: Internet Criminals

Chapter 3: How the Internet Works

Chapter 4: Collecting Legally Defensible Online Evidence

Chapter 5: Documenting Online Evidence

Chapter 6: Using Online Investigative Tools

Chapter 7: Online Digital Officer Safety

Chapter 8: Tracing IP Addresses Through the Internet

Chapter 9: Working Unseen on the Internet

Chapter 10: Cover Operations on the Internet

Chapter 11: Conducting Reactive and Proactive Internet Investigations

Chapter 12: Internet Resources for Locating Evidence

Chapter 13: Investigating Websites and Web Pages

Chapter 14: Investigating Social Networking Sites

Chapter 15: Investigating Methods of Communication

Chapter 16: Detection and Prevention of Internet Crimes

Chapter 17: Putting It All Together