With advancements in technology, computer and cybercrime have expanded in recent decades. Consequently, technology has changed the way police conduct their investigations in many ways. After reading chapters 10 and 11, students are required to write a 3 - 5 paper that addresses the technological changes to criminal investigations.
minimum, you will need to address:
1. What is Forensic Science, Computer Crime, and Cybercrime?;
2. Discuss the development of forensic investigative tools;
3. Examine some of the traditional problems associated with computer crime investigations;
4. Explain the general steps of forensic crime-scene processing, and
5. Discuss some unique concerns in preservation of digital evidence.
Computer Crime Student`s Name University Affiliation Computer Crime Technological changes have infiltrated every aspect of life that has made solving of crime to advance and become futuristic. Some of the technological changes regarding crime include retinal scanning to obtain or trace evidence chemistry and the actual forensic science that are so advanced. The advancement in technology plays a significant role in solving crimes and they seem to be like from a thriller of science fiction (Nalla, 2001). The field of computer technology and forensic science are some of the fastest growing in advancement, especially in the United States. For example, the techniques used in forensic science have been made popular through shows such as NCIS and CSI. One may think that the current forensic science principles are virtually old to the perceptive viewers of today. In fact, some credibly cool forensic scie