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DF 395 Cyber Criminalistics 3 Cr.

This survey course uses lecture, case studies and hands-on lab exercises in digital investigation and cyber forensics to introduce students to the investigation and analysis of cybercrime and cyber criminals. Topics include: cybercrime typology, cyber-criminal profiling, network tracking, introduction to the tools of the cyber- criminalist, techniques of cybercrime scene assessment, digital evidence management and analyzing the forensic remnants of a cyber event. During the course of the laboratory exercises, students create a personal lab notebook recording their lab exercises and manage evidence including maintaining a proper chain of custody. Prerequisites: Criminal Justice major at Sophomore 2 standing or higher. (Fall, Spring).

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