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This course focuses on two aspects of Cyber Security: analysis and assessment of risk plus how to minimize it, and, how to extract and use digital information from a wide range of systems and devices. The course is structured so that all students cover the same introductory material, but then choose to specialize in either Cyber Security or Digital Forensics. Any aforesaid science graduate who requires keen interest & knowledge of IT programming languages with basic knowledge of math beyond calculus.
Digital Forensics overview–Difference between computer Forensics and Digital Forensics, Digital Forensics in today’s world, Computer Forensics investigation process, Forensics readiness planning and its benefits.
Understanding Digital Forensic Investigation–Digital Forensics Life Cycle- Understanding key steps in Forensics investigation, Role of forensic investigator – Ethics of a forensic investigator–challenges faced by forensic investigators.
Role of Digital Evidence& its collection-Digital Evidence–Authentication of Evidence-Importance of digital evidences in investigation and in court of law–Capabilities of a digital forensic investigator. Evidence Collection -Collections Options – Obstacles - Types of Evidence - Standards of Evidence - The rules of Evidence - Volatile Evidence– Electronic Evidence General Procedure - Collection and Archiving of evidence -Methods of Collection – Artifacts - Controlling Contamination - Chain of custody.
Computer Forensics Investigation Process -Cyber Forensics investigation methodology, steps to prepare for a computer forensics investigation, procedure to collect evidence in crime scene, search warrants, evaluate and secure the crime scene.
Ethics of a forensic investigator:
challenges faced by forensic investigators:
Authentication of Evidence:
Importance of digital evidences in investigation and in court of law:
Capabilities of a digital forensic investigator:
Evidence Collection -Collections Options:
Standards of Evidence - The rules of Evidence:
Volatile Evidence– Electronic Evidence General Procedure:
Collection and Archiving of evidence:
Methods of Collection – Artifacts:
Controlling Contamination - Chain of custody:
crime scene, search warrants:
Evaluate and secure the crime scene: