ITW 3531 - Digital and Computer Forensics

Description

This course introduces the processes and methodologies of Digital and Computer Forensics. Topics include the proper acquisition, preservation, analysis, and presentation of digital evidence. The course also covers the fundamental knowledge and lab-based skills of digital forensics across various platforms, operating systems, networks and in the cloud. This includes file systems such as NTFS and EXT3/4, partitions, inodes, data sectors and clusters, slack space, Linux and Windows scripting and commands, as well as open source and proprietary digital forensic tools.


3

Credit Hours

Information Technology


Prerequisites

  • A minimum grade of "C" in ITW 2531.

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