Students will learn advanced concepts in digital forensic analysis and investigation. The course will cover the investigation and response process from the focus of a computer forensics analyst. Topics include analysis of evidence from computers, networks, and mobile devices; event reconstruction; interpretation of digit evidence; and anti-forensic techniques, including encryption, steganography and rootkit hiding. Throughout this course, extensive hands-on exercises provide the students with practical experience in performing computer forensic investigation in the real world.
This course is for students accepted into the Digital Forensics & Cybersecurity Program. For special approval to register, please contact Raymond Yu at [email protected]. For more information about Forensics Programs, visit iizuna.info/forensics.
Upon successful compleltion of this course, the student will be able to:
Collect and analyze network-based forensic evidence.
Recover data and deleted files from a variety of digital devices.
Apply Digital Forensic techniques to investigate network compromise and malware activity.
Discover and analyse information hidden my anti-forensic techniques
Apply legal principles correctly in complex digital investigations.
Effective as of Winter 2018
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