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Information technology is an increasingly large factor in legal proceedings. In cases large and small, from the U.S. Government's antitrust suit against Microsoft Corporation, to civil lawsuits filed over the failure of a network, to criminal cases in which the authenticity of electronic evidence is questioned, the testimony of a technical expert is essential. But in order to be effective, an expert technical witness needs much more than an understanding of the technology in question.A Guide to Forensic Testimony is the first book to address the specific needs of the IT expert witness. It will arm you with the tools you need to testify effectively. Inside you'll find everything from an overview of basic witness responsibilities and challenges to a deeper exploration of what produces successful technical testimony. Written by a computer security authority who has served as a technical witness, and a trial attorney who focuses on how digital evidence and computer forensics are altering litigation, this book is your guide to the complicated forensic landscape that awaits the expert technical witness.This book contains a wealth of wisdom and experience from the front lines, including f;Among the topics covered are:The evolution of the expert IT witness and the growing legal dependence on technical expertiseLegal criteria established to determine the qualifications and abilities of a technical expert to stand as a witnessThe kinds of cases and problems that are apt to be encountered in digital forensic assignmentsDamage caused when the rules of professionalism and ethics are ignored or misappliedThe construction and maintenance of a solid professional relationship between expert and attorneyThe creation and use of visual tools in courtroom testimonyWays to improve the demeanor and non-verbal communication skills of the technical witnessWhether you are an information technologist asked to serve as an expert witness, a legal professional who works with information technology experts, a corporate risk manager, or a client whose interests are affected by the performance of IT experts, you will benefit greatly from A Guide to Forensic Testimony. 0201752794B09092002