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Digital Forensics Specialization Master of Science in Information Assurance and Cybersecurity

School of Business and Technology

What You'll Learn

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Your Degree Outcomes

This degree is aligned with external professional standards to help you obtain the relevant expertise to advance your career. Becoming proficient in these outcomes will allow you to meet the demands of your field.

By the successful completion of your degree program, you will have gained the skills and knowledge to:\

Program Outcomes

  • Explain foundational information assurance and security concepts.
  • Develop solutions for current issues in the information security industry.
  • Demonstrate use of tools appropriate for the information security professional.
  • Plan strategies appropriate for an independent contractor within a specialized area of information security.
  • Integrate general information security and specialized security functions within small and mid-sized businesses as well as large and global organizations.
  • Communicate effectively with technology stakeholders.

Specialization Outcomes

  • Analyze common data structures and data formats for storing data in a computer system
  • Apply basic procedures such as probing, measuring, and data collection to identify functionality and to affect modifications in the prevention of unauthorized Malware and reverse engineering, which threaten information security
  • Apply a common reverse engineering software tool to the safe static and dynamic analysis of software (or Malware) of unknown origin for the purposes of recovering the original implementation and/or understanding the software functionality
  • Analyze methods for the acquisition and analysis of mobile devices in digital forensics investigations
  • Analyze what can and cannot be retrieved from various operating systems in digital forensic investigations, employing “best practice” methodologies used in host/ network digital forensics
  • Analyze methods and approaches for forensic analysis on specified media
  • Analyze the methods used in digital forensics network investigations

 

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