CST 270: Computer Forensics I
In this course, students will cover the identification, recovery and analysis of data on digital storage devices. Students will be introduced to the tools, techniques and methods of identifying, imaging, recovering, analyzing, and reconstructing lost or corrupted data on a storage media device. The proper procedures for the preservation, handling, recovery and reporting of forensically recovered computer data will be presented. Legal considerations of this profession are also covered. This course contains material previously taught in CSS 270. The title of this course was previously Data Recovery and Analysis.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; CST 165 minimum grade "C"
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