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Cybercrime Technology (Week 4 assignment topic).

Day 4 of the Conference (represented by Week 4 of the assignment):

In Week 4, you will be provided with 4 topics involving cybercrime technology. Like in a criminal justice professional conference seminar, you will pick the lectures that you wish to attend. You will select 1 of the 4 topics for the lecture that you will be attending. (Note: Do not select the same topic you selected for your Discussion Board assignment)

Selecting 1 of the 4 topics, you will be required to submit a 600–850 word minimum for your Individual Project After Action White Paper. Please format your references in the APA Manual format and make sure that you cite each reference at least one time in the text of your paper in proper APA Manual citation format. The word count for your paper will not include the references or the title page.

  • You are encouraged to do research on the topic from other sources you find.
  • The paper should encapsulate what you learned to provide your agency members (classmates) and the command staff on what you would like to bring back to enhance how the agency functions.
  • You will comment on the data and identify the strengths and weaknesses you saw when attending the seminar (reading the reference paper).

STATEMENT OF HOUSE JUDICIARY
COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN BOB GOODLATTE
MARKUP OF H.R. 3490, THE “STRENGTHENING
STATE AND LOCAL CYBER CRIME FIGHTING
ACT”
Publication info: Congressional Documents and Publications ; Washington   Washington: Federal

Information & News Dispatch, LLC. (Sep 30, 2015)

ProQuest document link

ABSTRACT
 

Since its creation, the Institute has earned praise for its work in preparing America’s local law enforcement in how

to deal with these important technology issues. Since its creation in 2008, the Institute has instructed law

enforcement professionals from every state in the country, and from over 500 different law enforcement agencies.

FULL TEXT
 

House Judiciary Committee News Release

U.S. House of Representatives Documents

Chairman Goodlatte: The National Computer Forensics Institute serves a vital purpose in preparing state and local

law enforcement to combat computer and cybercrime and I am proud to support this legislation.

The United States Department of Justice has declared that cyber-crime “is one of the greatest threats facing our

country,” and that cybercrime has “enormous implications for our national security, economic prosperity, and

public safety.” The Justice Department has also stated that, “the range of threats and the challenges they present

for law enforcement expand just as rapidly as technology evolves.” With this in mind, the National Computer

Forensics Institute serves the vital purpose of providing legal and judicial professionals a free, comprehensive

education on current cybercrime trends, investigative methods, and prosecutorial and judicial challenges.

The National Computer Forensics Institute is a 32,000 square foot facility located in Hoover, Alabama. This

institute boasts three multi-purpose classrooms, two network investigations classrooms, a mock courtroom, and a

forensics lab. Special Agents of the United States Secret Service staff the Institute and work diligently training

attendees in modern counter-cybercrime procedures and evidence collection. When the attendees leave they take

with them the critical knowledge and equipment required to conduct autonomous and thorough cybercrime

investigations at their home agencies. Since its creation, the Institute has earned praise for its work in preparing

America’s local law enforcement in how to deal with these important technology issues.

Since its creation in 2008, the Institute has instructed law enforcement professionals from every state in the

country, and from over 500 different law enforcement agencies. Each professional educated at the Institute is a

force-multiplier for the Secret Service, and after successful completion of the program, the students can bring their

new knowledge back to their local agency to inform their colleagues how to properly conduct computer forensic

investigations.

I firmly believe that for our nation to successfully combat the cybercrime threat we must support legislation such

as H.R. 3490, and I want to thank the gentleman from Texas, Mr. Ratcliffe, for sponsoring this important

legislation.

Authorizing the existing National Computer Forensics Institute in federal law will cement its position as our

nation’s premier hi-tech cybercrime training facility, and will help law enforcement professionals nationwide in their

efforts to combat cyber and computer crimes.

More on today’s markup can be found here http://judiciary.house.gov/index.cfm/markups-

meetings?ID=D890884F-BE2D-437C-9C15-A6D084CABDF2.

Read this original document at: http://judiciary.house.gov/index.cfm/press-releases?ID=DAA37C9E-1523-41D6-

995B-F49D7E180961

DETAILS

Subject: Computer crime; Law enforcement; Legislation; Forensic sciences; Computer

forensics; Internet crime

Publication title: Congressional Documents and Publications; Washington

Publication year: 2015

Publication date: Sep 30, 2015

Publisher: Federal Information &News Dispatch, LLC

Place of publication: Washington

Country of publication: United States, Washington

Publication subject: Law, Political Science

Source type: Other Source

Language of publication: English

Document type: REPORT

ProQuest document ID: 1718122263

Document URL: https://aiuniv.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://www.proquest.com/other-

sources/statement-house-judiciary-committee-chairman-

bob/docview/1718122263/se-2?accountid=144459

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Last updated: 2015-10-01

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