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Mar 18, 2016 by Eva Vincze (evincze)
FORS 6271 : Cyberpsychology
Fri, 18 Mar 2016 17:40:40 GMT
Thu, 07 Jan 2016 14:13:44 GMT
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DF-MS: Digital Forensics
HTCI-MFS: High-Technology Crime Investigation
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How cyberpsychology can be used in the conduct of digital forensic investigations; the role of the psychologist in and methods used for investigating cybercrime cases.
1) Gain a general understanding of the emerging field of cyberpsychology 2) Identify and understand the roles of the cyberpsychologist 3) Critically examine some of the the tools/methodologies used by cyberpsychologists in the field. 3) Provide participants an opportunity to practice their psychological investigative skills 4) Understand and discuss the variety of criminal behaviors they may encounter in cybercrime and digital forensic investigations.
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