- Instructor: Prof. Sung-Hyuk Cha
- CRN: 22273
- Course URL:
- Time: Online, Spring 2007
- Place: Online
Phillips, Nelson, Enfinger, Steuart. Guide to Computer Forensics and Investigations. Second Edition. Course Technology Incorporated, 2006, ISBN 0-619-21706-5
- Course Goals:
Each successful student will demonstrate foundation knowledge and application of information security concepts as they to apply the management of information security in a large organizational environment.
Students will describe and identify policy frameworks, legal and moral implications, and best practices in information security management.
- Course Description:
Guide to Computer Forensics and Investigation presents methods to properly conduct a computer forensics investigation, beginning with a discussion of ethics while mapping to the objectives of the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS) certification. Students should have a working knowledge of hardware and operating systems (OSs) to maximize their success on projects and exercises throughout the text.
IT600 and IT603
- Lecture Notes: can be accessed using the http://blackboard.pace.edu.
Blackboard Login Procedures for Registered Students are available
|1 (1/22)||Ch 1 Computer Forensics and Investigations |
|2 (1/29)||Ch 2
Understanding Computer Investigations|
Ch 3 The Investigator's Office and Laboratory
Ch 4 Current Computer Forensics Tools
|5 (2/19)||Ch 5 Processing Crime and Incident Scenes
Ch 6 Digital Evidence Controls
||Ch 7 Working with Windows and DOS Systems
||Ch 8 Linux Boot Processes and Disk Structures
||Ch 9 Data Acquisition
||Ch 10 Computer Forensic Analysis
||Ch 11 Recovering Image Files
||Ch 12 Network Forensics
||Ch 13 E-Mail Investigations
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- Assignment (40%):
- Midterm Exam (30%):
- Final Exam (30%):