Forensic course development

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Title: Forensic course development
Author: Troell, Luther; Pan, Yin; Stackpole, Bill
Abstract: In recent years, digital technology has experienced dramatic growth. Many of these advances have also provided malicious users with the ability to conceal their activities and destroy evidence of their actions. This has raised the need of developing specialists in computer digital forensics -- the preservation, identification, extraction and documentation of evidence stored in the form of digitally encoded information (data). In this paper, we present the procedures and rationale used in the development of forensic courses at both the undergraduate and the graduate levels. We also demonstrate our decision making process of selecting topics included in each course.
Record URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1850/14808
Date: 2003

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