Computers can be used to commit crimes, and crimes can be recorded on computers, including violations of company policies, records of embezzlement, email harassment, murder, leaks of proprietary information, and even terrorism. Law enforcement, network administrators, attorneys, and private investigators now rely on the skills of professional computer forensics experts to investigate criminal and civil cases. This course is intended to provide a foundation in computer forensics, and provide hands-on practice in applying forensics techniques. Three class hours, two laboratory hours.
Prerequisite: SCR 212
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Spring Semester 2014