Introduction to Computer Forensics"" is an excellent book for the non-technical person who knows very little (or even nothing) about computer forensics but who desires to learn about it. The book is a quick read but covers the basics of computer forensics in a thorough and easily understood manner., The book does not disappoint the reader. It is punctuated throughout with fascinating real life anecdotes from real life court cases in which computer forensics proved instrumental in resolving a crime or an alleged civil wrongdoing. Beyond the basics, the book goes on to describe how computer evidence can be hidden, obscured or destroyed - and how computer forensics experts usually find that evidence anyway. Some final chapters cover privacy rights, the principles of the computer forensics examination and the necessity of using a trained and certified computer forensics expert., This book, ""Introduction to Computer Forensics,"" is a wonderful place for the non-technical person to begin their adventure into the world of computer forensics.