CSEC 110B - Introduction to Digital Forensics
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Campus/Sites Offered: North Las Vegas, Online
Offering Note: No additional information available.
This course is an introduction course to digital forensics. This course is used to explain and allow learners to understand the process for conducting a digital investigation through
- Awareness (knowledge of a potential issue or crime),
- Identifying sources of Digital Evidence,
- Collecting and preserving Digital Evidence,
- Describing how to examine and interpret Digital Evidence,
- Describing how to analyze Digital Evidence,
- Reading Digital Investigation Report examples, and
- Explaining Post-Investigative Processes.
This course also describes ethics when conducting Digital Investigations as well as exploring Risk Mitigation/Governance for companies. Lastly the course explores the legal authorities used in processes for both civil and criminal investigations.
Course was previously offered as CF 119B.
Student Learning Outcomes
- Explain the process for conducting a digital forensics investigation.
- Describe ethics when conducting Digital Forensic Investigations.
- Describe Risk Mitigation and/or Governance for companies.
- Describe legal authority processes for digital forensics investigations.
Graded: Letter Grade
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