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Detecting and deterring public computer misuse : the FRILLS project

Poulter, A. and Ferguson, I. (2008) Detecting and deterring public computer misuse : the FRILLS project. In: Scottish Library and Information Council AGM and Development Fund showcase, 2008-11-05 - 2008-11-05.

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Abstract

This presentation looks at forensic readiness for local libraries in Scotland (FRILLS). FRILLS aims to develop simple, low-cost techniques to provide a basic forensic readiness regime for public access ICT facilities, in order to deter misuse of those facilities by better detection of misuse.