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In this paper the authors examine statutes that regulate, license, and enforce investigative functions in each US state. After identification and review of Private Investigator licensing requirements, the authors find that very few state statutes explicitly differentiate between Private Investigators and Digital Examiners. After contacting all state(More)
In this update to the previous year's study, the authors examine statutes that regulate, license, and enforce investigative functions in each US state. After identification and review of Private Investigator licensing requirements, the authors find that very few state statutes explicitly differentiate between Private Investigators and Digital Examiners.(More)
The Community Health Information System (CHIS) is an integrated, patient-centric, web-based application that assists all stakeholders in healthcare management. CHIS is a single sign-on portal that allows users to query an immense interconnected database of medical research, healthcare providers, regulations, nurses and physicians. A three member faculty(More)
In this update to the 2009 year's study, the authors examine statutes that regulate, license, and enforce investigative functions in each US state. After identification and review of Private Investigator licensing requirements, the authors find that very few state statutes explicitly differentiate between Private Investigators and Digital Examiners, but do(More)
This paper focuses on Federal law as it relates to consent to search relating to Fourth Amendment privacy in the practice of Digital Forensics. In particular, Digital Examiners should be aware of how decisions in Federal Court may impact their ability to acquire evidence in both civil and criminal settings. Digital Forensics, being a relatively new field,(More)
Uncontrolled diabetes creates an increasing burden on individuals, their families, and the society in the United States. The expected total annual costs of diabetes, including both direct costs and the lost productivity, are expected to be 20% of the Gross Domestic Products by 2016. In this paper, a community-based infrastructure is proposed to provide(More)
In this update to the 2012 year's study, the authors examine statutes that regulate, license, and enforce investigative functions in each US state. As before, the authors find that very few state statutes explicitly differentiate between Private Investigators and Digital Examiners. However, there is a small trend in which some states are changing(More)
This paper discusses the critical need for instructors to bring aspects of computing forensics into Information Technology courses and posits that we make computer forensics a course—or a major portion of a course—offered under the auspices of IT security across all IT-related disciplines, but especially those with a business orientation. To facilitate(More)