04/27/2005

Seize the data

By Michelle Speir
Federal Computer Week

You can dust for fingerprints after a robbery, but you wouldn't dust a hard drive after a cybercrime.

That's where computer forensics comes in. It helps law enforcement agents copy and analyze information stored on hard drives and devices such as cell phones and BlackBerrys.

One of the newest computer forensics systems on the market is the portable RoadMASSter-II from Intelligent Computer Solutions. It looks like a thick metal briefcase on wheels and opens to reveal a keyboard, 15-inch thin-film transistor color LCD display and data-copying devices.

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