COMPSCI 590K Advanced Digital Forensic Systems

This course introduces students to the principal activities and state-of-the-art techniques involved in developing digital forensics systems. Topics covered may include: advanced file carving and reconstruction, forensic analysis of modern filesystems, network forensics, mobile device forensics, memory forensics, and anti-forensics.

Who is this course for? Graduate students with prior background in digital forensics system, or a general strong computer systems background. Undergraduates COMPSCI majors with a background in digital forensics (COMPSCI 365) or a strong systems background (COMPSCI 377)with a grade of C or better. STUDENTS WHO HAVE COMPLETED COMPSCI 590F ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR THIS COURSE.

This course counts as a COMPSCI elective toward the major (B.S. or B.A.). 

All three sections of this course are asynchronous and will not meet face to face.  Students will view materials online and only the office hours will be live/synchronous. 

UNIV Section 1 undergrad  (Jr. & Sr. CS majors with prerequisites)
UNIV Section 2 CS and ECE Master's and Computer Science PhD students only
UWW Section 1 COMPSCI and ECE master's students as well as any other student at the master's level with instructor permission (including non-matriculated/non-CS/non-ECE students) 

 

Credits: 
3
Date: 
Tuesday, January 25, 2022 to Wednesday, May 4, 2022
Tuesday, January 21, 2020 to Wednesday, April 29, 2020
Class meets on: 
Online
Instructor: 
Marc Liberatore
Infosec
CompSci
Graduate
Undergraduate
January, 2022