Students choosing the Minor in Cyber/Digital Forensics must take:
ISYS 204 Introduction to Information Systems (3)
ISYS 222 Digital Forensics (3)
CYBR 320 Operating System Forensics (3)
CYBR 340 Malware Forensics (3)
CYBR 430 Mobile Forensics (3)
CYBR 440 Cyber Crime & Digital Investigation (3)
Note: Specialized skills recognized in this course are designed for students majoring in Information System Technology, Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Cyber/Digital Forensics. Nonetheless, other students are welcome, but may be required to take additional courses to meet the prerequisites.
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS: 18
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Examination and analysis of methods, key technical concepts, and tools for conducting successful digital forensic examinations in all three major operating systems encountered in a real world analysis. Prerequisite: ISYS 222.
Methods and tools for detecting and analyzing malware and reconstructing the infection event and timeline. Prerequisites: CYBR 320, ISYS 222, and ISYS 331.
Procedures for conducting mobile forensic investigations to include identification, preservation, examination, analysis, and report of mobile device data. Prerequisites: CYBR 340 and ISYS 222.
Examine and utilize investigative techniques to address cyber-crimes associated with computing environments to include the Internet. Prerequisites: CRJU 230, CRJU 335, CYBR 430, and ISYS 222.
Computer systems, networks, databases, intellectual property, computer security, artificial intelligence, legal and ethical considerations, codes of conduct, privacy, computer crimes, and the future of computing and the Internet and their relationship to the business world.
Recovery of evidence from any media or digital device that can store or transmit data. Best practices and current techniques for capturing and analyzing digital evidence to support a criminal or civil complaint in court.