EU develops cyber crime forensics standards

Tuesday, 28 October 2003, 8:59 AM EST

The IT industry has teamed up with academics and the European Union researchers to develop standards for the investigation of cybercrime.

The EU Cyber Tools On-Line Search for Evidence (CTOSE) project, a research project funded by the European Commissionís Information Society Technologies (IST) programme, has developed a methodology that "identifies, secures, integrates and presents electronic evidence".

According to an EU statement, this methodology enables anyone from system administrators, information technology security staff and computer incident investigators, to police and law-enforcement agencies to follow consistent and standardised procedures when investigating computer incidents using "computer forensic tools".

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