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It is a necessary step in being able to interpret and understand computer forensic investigation of financial frauds. Read the following article and note the information provided by logs:

  • Claburn, T. (2008, June 12). Network engineer gets five years for destroying former employer’s data. Information Week. Retrieved April 27, 2009, from

https://www.informationweek.com/news/security/attacks/
showArticle.jhtml?articleID=208403740
Read the next part of the case:
Marvin Keeps, the computer forensics analyst, has submitted his report identifying the guilty person. However, Mr. Twist cannot understand it. Mr. Twist is intelligent but computer illiterate, so much so that he has trouble using e-mail. He wants the report translated into plain English. He wants a step-by-step description of how Marvin identified the guilty person. Jerry Ferguson, a new member of the IT staff at The Treasure House, has been asked to prepare a layperson’s report based on the computer forensic report.
Read the computer forensic report and write a layperson’s report based on it explaining what it means.
Write a two- to three-page report in Word format. Apply current APA standards for writing style.
* Special Instructions

  1. Demonstrated comprehension of the computer forensic report.
  2. Communicated technical information in nontechnical language.
  3. Wrote a step-by-step description of how the guilty party was identified.
  4. Please return NLT Wednesday 07 Aug 2013
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