COEN 252 Computer Forensics
Procedures for identification, preservation, and extraction of electronic evidence. Auditing and investigation of network and host system intrusions, analysis and documentation of information gathered, and preparation of expert testimonial evidence. Forensic tools and resources for system administrators and information system security officers. Ethics, law, policy, and standards concerning digital evidence. (4 units + 1 unit Lab)
Since the department will not offer COEN 152, all undergraduate students fulfilling the prerequisites will be admitted to the class, lab space permitting.
Recording of lectures for personnel use is permited. Please respect the semi-sensitive nature of some case descriptions and do not pass them on.
The usual SCU policies apply for necessary or desirable accomodations. The burden is on the student to inform the instructor of any reasons to adjust teaching and policies to particular circumstances in a timely manner.
Martin Luther King day: Graduate 2 unit classes meet for 10 meetings for 110 minutes. Therefore, there will be class on MLK day.
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