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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Forensic Science (FORS)
Computer Forensics II: Applied Computer Forensics
Computer Forensic II: Applied
Spring 2016
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FORS 6277


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Application of the tools and techniques learned in FORS 6277. Digital forensics as it relates to both civil and criminal investigations; best practices in securing, processing, acquiring, examining, and reporting on digital evidence.
At the end of this course, students will have a general understanding of, and demonstrate proficiency in: 1. Best practices in securing, processing, acquiring, examining and reporting on digital evidence within single systems and RAIDs. 2. Identifing current technologies and methodologies for conducting digital forensic investigations. 2. Demonstrating proficiency in using current technologies and methods as well as leading edge techniques though hands-on lab exercises. 3. Understaning the elements of a forensically sound written report. 4. Demonstrating the ability to write a forensically sound report.
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