CSS 272: Computer Security VIII
This class is no longer offered as of Fall 2014.
Designed for those seeking advancement in the computer security profession, this course surveys legal issues that impact Information Technology professionals, IT Security practitioners and data recovery experts. Substantive and procedural law regarding the right to privacy, the duty to preserve evidence, searches and seizures of electronic evidence, the admissibility of electronic evidence in court, and the prosecution of criminal and civil claims will be covered. This course contains materials previously taught in CSS 240, High-Technology Crime.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; CJT 208, CSS 200, CSS 270 and CST 155, minimum grade "C"
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