Network Forensics

CFR 222

Business & Professional Studies

Credits: 3

This course will introduce the student to the accepted methods of properly conducting a forensics investigation over a network. Students should have a working knowledge of networks, hardware, and operating systems (OSs) to maximize their success on projects and exercises throughout the text. Specific topics covered include: network forensics investigation overview, the Microsoft network structure, processing crime and incident scenes, digital evidence controls, data acquisition, forensic analysis, recovering image files, the registry structure, registry evidence, present the results. Prerequisite: NET 103, CFR 221

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