Study the methods used in digital forensics network
Analyze common data structures and data formats for storing data in a
Apply basic procedures such as probing, measuring, and data
collection to identify functionality and prevent malware.
Apply reverse engineering software tools for the purposes of
recovering the original implementation of software
Understand methods and approaches for forensic analysis on specified
Explore methods for the acquisition and analysis of mobile devices in
digital forensics investigations.
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Our program teaches you the foundational information to prepare you
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Our online master's in information assurance and cybersecurity,
digital forensics curriculum focuses on computer forensic tools and
procedures. Learn methods to handle and transport uncovered data, and
to create reports for trial evidence.
|Course Number||Course Title|
|IAS5015||Network Security Fundamentals and Cryptography|
|IAS5110||Digital Forensics Processes|
|IAS5120||Digital Forensics Tools|
|IAS5130||Programming for Security Professionals|
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