By Brett Shavers
Cybercrime Case Presentation is a "first glance" excerpt from Brett Shavers' new Syngress booklet, Placing the Suspect in the back of the Keyboard. Case presentation calls for the abilities of a great forensic examiner and nice public speaker that allows you to express sufficient info to an viewers for the viewers to put the suspect in the back of the keyboard. utilizing various visible aids, demonstrative equipment, and analogies, investigators can successfully create an atmosphere the place the viewers absolutely is aware advanced technical info and job in a chronological model, as though they saw the case because it occurred.
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Extra resources for Cybercrime Case Presentation: An Excerpt from Placing The Suspect Behind The Keyboard
Taking this one step further to clarify the physical connections described in the report, review Fig. 4 as an example of a visual created to show the connections. Fig. 4 Visual created to show connections between devices. The value of visuals cannot be understated but can be overused. As long as your audience has the sense of sight, visuals will enable all to see that which you verbally describe. The key ingredient, however, is to choose the right type of visual to use for each situation and only use visuals when needed, not just for the sake of creating them.
How do you do it? Why are you so lucky? What is your secret? Another set of similar types of questions are asked at trials and hearings. Why did you suspect this person and not that person? Did you focus your entire investigation on one person? These types of questions are intended to discover your mindset and to find out what you were thinking. The investigative mindset not only helps you to be a great examiner or investigator but it also helps you to prepare your case for presentation by being able to articulate your thought processes.
Within this presentation, where you use visual aids and analogies, you are painting a picture in the mind of your audience. Without having to explicitly accuse any suspect of an act, your presentation does it for you. As you have had Eureka! moments during the analysis, so will your audience where they place the suspect behind the keyboard. This can only happen if you know your material well, explain it in layman舗s terms, treat your audience as if they are more important than you, and remember the objective: place the suspect behind the keyboard.
Cybercrime Case Presentation: An Excerpt from Placing The Suspect Behind The Keyboard by Brett Shavers