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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Forensic Science (FORS)
FORS
6277
Computer Forensics I: File System Analysis
Computer Forensics I: File Sys
Spring 2016
3
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Lecture
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Letter Grade
students enrolled in the department or with approval of the program director
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An introduction to the tools and procedures used for digital investigations. Analysis of the FAT, NTFS, EXT, and HFS file systems. How data is stored at the file system level. Laboratory fee.
As a result of completing this course students will: 1) Possess a basic understanding of the digital investigation, acquisition and data analysis process. 2) Identify and discuss the different acquisition tools and methodologies available for digital forensic investigation. 3) Explain the similarities and differences in analyzing data from various file systems. 4) Be able to write an investigative report detailing the handling/acquisition of digital evidence.
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