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It is a complete, hugely usable, and obviously equipped box handbook of the problems, instruments, and keep an eye on options that audit, legislation enforcement, and infosecurity execs want to know to effectively examine unlawful actions perpetrated by using info know-how. the entire forensic audit exercises mentioned during the publication are integrated on a CD-ROM, that's incorporated with the ebook. With the ready-made audit workouts incorporated within the appendix, the reader can instantly enforce box audits. The step by step layout permits the reader to achieve comprehension of ways the exercises are constructed, and the way they are often utilized in an audit/investigative state of affairs.

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Escalation procedures 6. Time frame 7. Procedures to follow 8. Precedence of past investigations 9. Independence Each of these items is discussed as to its importance in conducting an effective investigation. Resources You need to know if you are working alone or with a team. A team might be faster but not warranted for small investigations. With a team you will also need to define who is the leader and who is responsible for each aspect of the investigation. Authority You will need to know what your level of authority is in conducting the investigation.

You will need to consider what to do if you uncover some illegal activity/ action that involves the company, something that if made public could damage the company's reputation, but if not reported could hurt someone else (as well as being illegal and misrepresentative). " Reporting Hierarchy You will need to identify to whom you must report your findings to, and how to report them. This reporting hierarchy is important in obtaining the go/no−go decision to conduct the investigation. Also, you might need to know who to ask for help in getting the cooperation needed to conduct your investigation.

This plan should be in place prior to ever needing to put it to the test. You should make sure you know in advance the various law enforcement agencies, groups, and consultants that can bring expertise to bear if needed. Make sure you have sufficient planning to cover incidents from both the nonskilled perpetrator and the advanced internal hacker. Remember that most corporate security precautions keep out most of the bad guys, that your real external threats will be from advanced hackers, and internal threats abound because those individuals are already behind your external security screens.

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