CISY 274 - Privacy, Ethics and Computer Forensics (2,2) 3 Credits
Prerequisite(s): MATH 020 - Elementary Algebra or satisfactory score on placement test.
This course provides the student with an understanding of security issues pertaining to privacy and ethics, as well as instruction and practice of forensics skills. Students perform hands-on exercises using the UNIX, Linux, and Windows operating system, including evidence collection and forensics activities at various levels including technical and process-oriented exercises. Students learn how to collect, catalog, sort, analyze and organize evidence. In addition, students learn how to package and present their findings to legal and law enforcement agencies with special consideration given to privacy issues and ethics. Offered in the spring semester.
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