A major topic in criminal investigations that mixes psychology with criminology is criminal profiling. Profiling often helps investigators find people who have committed crimes. In computer forensics, the nature of crimes is not so well defined and, because much of what is handled is digital or electronic, often more obscure. In a thesis, discuss how the criminal profiling process differs in computer-related criminal investigations, and suggest ways in which it might best serve investigators to profile based on electronic or digital evidence.
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