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BTK serial killer: Power of computer forensics

He called himself the BTK serial killer. It stood for “bind, torture, kill.” And he taunted Wichita, Kansas, law enforcement for more than two decades until his ego and computer forensics brought him down. The BTK arrest in 2005 and the killer’s eventual sentencing to...

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Business, legal dispute takes embarrassing turn

Who does not rejoice over the advancement of computer systems these days? Well, I can think of two businesspeople who now wish they had a bit less “connectivity” when their relationship went sour. Advanced Micro Resource’s forensic services were called in to unsnarl a...

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Cyberscam: Real estate deals are easy targets

Cyberscam: Real estate deals are easy targets

A few weeks ago, a California Public Radio station reported that millions of dollars were being “bled” each month from Los Angeles homebuyers by cyberscammers. But the rip-off is not happening only in Los Angeles. It’s happening throughout the country at alarming...

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Energy industry becomes cyber war battlefield

Energy industry becomes cyber war battlefield

U.S. energy facilities are increasingly being targeted by cybercriminals, according to a recent report released by government and private security officials. Just one agency, the Department of Homeland Security, reported a jump in cases with its investigators...

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