Center for Technology in GovernmentCTG is an applied research center (public-private partnership) devoted to improving government and public services through policy, management, and technology innovation. Access 174 full-text downloadable reports and publications on a range of technology topics.
Computer HopeProvides database of extensive free computer related information. Learn how to determine who owns a web page, find out how it is routed, or monitor web usage.
Trace RouteFounded on the principles of Ping. When sending a message, it traces the hops or routers the message goes through as it goes to the host. You can try it here, but read the warning before you hit okay. Ping utility: code that allows you to time the response rate from an IP address.
Domain ToolsFind out Who Owns a Website. Several sites have lookup capability if you want to know who owns a website. Search by name or IP address and get brief registrant contact information. Alternatively, use Network Solutions.
Country by IP AddressFind home country using only the IP address. Go to this site and search using an IP address to see the country that hosts that IP.
Security Laws and Regulations (from CSOonline.com)Compendium of lists created by Chief Security Officers on CSOonline.com which is a newsletter owned by IDG Enterprises. Protective Security Law (e.g. protecting information and people, “false positives,” accurate assessment, threat assessment teams and process, vulnerability of collected information, liability actions or inactions and legal liability, background checks, misconduct, preservation of corporate assets, employee monitoring, workplace violence prevention).
Cyberdeterrance and Cyberware (ebook by Martin Libicki)Reports on the need for protection of cyberspace as a vital national interest. Excellent resource for research on information warfare and intelligence management. Students may download or read this eBook online and use for personal use only.
High Tech Crime Investigation AssociationHTCA is designed to encourage, promote, aid and affect the voluntary interchange of data, information, experience, ideas and knowledge about methods, processes, and techniques relating to investigations and security in advanced technologies among its membership.
Justice Technology Information NetworkPortal for professionals to gather information on innovations in the sustainable technology that is transforming the criminal justice system. It is the “go-to source” for those who make decisions regarding the evaluation, selection and purchase of proven and tested methods, equipment and technology. A program of the National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, US Department of Justice.