CSS 236 - Introduction to Computer Forensics II
This course is a continuation of Computer Forensics I and introduces mobile device forensics and other Internet of Things forensics because computer forensics investigators no longer simply rely on traditional computers as sources of evidence. Incriminating evidence can be found on cell phones, smartphones, PDAs, cameras and even game systems. Students will learn methods of evidence extraction from the mobile devices and how these devices should be handled and analyzed. Students will get familiarized with mobile devices such Apple and Android and technology used by carriers. Students will identify data that can be retrieved from mobile devices. Hands on Lab sessions with actual iPhone, iPad, android phones and tablets will allow students to analyze phones, flash memory and SIM cards. Students will also learn about recovering deleted SMS text messages and call logs. The course teaches students how to use Paraben E:3 Universal and prepares students to become a Paraben Certified Computer Operator (P2CO) and Mobile Operator (DSMO).
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