Computer crime is one of the fastest growing types of crime the world over. Harsh economic times brought about by declining economies has led to employees defrauding the companies they work for by abusing the computer systems that have been made accessible to them. It has been reported that the biggest losses to organizations from computer based crimes are by insiders (employees). In large organizations, computer forensic investigations have faced challenges in investigating these crimes due to high investigative costs and time taken in carrying out the investigations. This is as a result of investigating a large number of employees (suspects) and the associated software, hardware and consultation fees in computer forensic investigations. This book proposes the use of criminal profiling in the development of a computer crime profiling framework as an additional tool in investigating insider computer crimes, with the aim of narrowing down the number of suspects and thereby reducing the cost and period of investigations.