CIST 2630 Computer Forensics & Data Identification
Pre-requisite(s): CIST 1122, CIST 1130, CIST 1180 or Advisor Approval
Provides a study of computer forensic techniques that will teach the techniques needed to harvest, identify, and analyze data while maintaining the legal and ethical standards needed to produce evidence that is admissible in court. Topics include: Computer Forensics, Ethical practices, Sterile Media, Computer Forensic Tools, Evidence Collection, Evidence Analysis, and Documentation.
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