Mobile and Network Forensics
CIT 56200/ 3 Cr.
This course deals with the forensics process of mobile and network forensics and cyber-crime scene analysis. The various laws and regulations dealing with computer forensic analysis will be discussed. Students will analyze and synthesize the collection, preservation, analysis, and presentation of mobile and network evidence. Students will analyze evidence to the emerging international standards for computer forensic analysis, as well as utilize a formal methodology for conducting mobile and digital forensic investigations and conduct research in the emerging areas of mobile and network forensics commensurate with graduate education.
- Available Online: No
- Credit by Exam: No
- Laptop Required: Yes
CIT Student Outcomes (What are these?)
- Demonstrate the various laws dealing with computer forensic analysis.
- Analyze and summarize the rules of evidence and the importance of the chain of custody.
- Apply the principles and procedures of computer forensics.
- Apply the principles and procedures of mobile forensics.
- Apply the principles and procedures of network forensics.
- Use digital/mobile forensics applications and tools.
- Collect, preserve, analyze, and report a mobile and network forensics of crime scene scenario.
- Introduction of Cybercrime and legal procedures
- Investigation of Cybercrime
- The rules of evidence
- The chain of custody
- The principles of computer forensics
- Computer forensics & static acquisition
- Windows Forensics Tools
- Linux Forensics Tools
- The principles of network forensics and subnetting
- The procedures of network forensics
- Live Acquisition tools for digital forensics
- Use digital/mobile forensics applications
- The fundamentals of crime scene analysis
- Adapt to the changing face of security