CSS 270: Computer Security VII
This introductory data recovery and analysis course is the first of two courses dedicated to training individuals to conduct corporate computer incident examinations. Students will be introduced to proper procedures for the preservation, identification, extraction, documentation, reporting, acquisition, analysis and interpretation of computer data. Topics covered include evidence handling, chain of custody, collection, preservation, identification and recovery of computer data. Important Note: Students should be able to pass a criminal background check before taking this course. In order to practice Computer Forensics in the State of Michigan, individuals must be licensed as private investigators or qualify for an exemption under statutes pertaining to the licensure of private investigators. The title of this course was previously Computer Forensics I.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; CIS 121, CNT 201, CNT 211, CSS 200 and CST 155, minimum grade "C"
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