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L. Douglas WilderWilder School of Government and Public Affairs

Criminal Justice
CRJS 450 Computer Forensic Investigation ()

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Effective: Fall 2013
CRJS 450 Computer Forensic Investigation
Semester course; 3 lecture hours. 3 credits. Study of the emerging field of computer forensics including prevention, detection, apprehension, analysis and prosecution of security violators and criminals. Focus is primarily on the federal/state use of computer forensic investigation, which includes cybercrime, cybervandalism, cyberpredators, cyberterrorism and the use of computers as electronic file cabinets.

Effective: Spring 2015
CRJS 450 Cyber Crime and Computer Forensics
Semester course; 3 lecture hours. 3 credits. Prerequisite: CRJS 181. Study of computer-related crime and related laws and policies. Focus on the investigation and processes of securing evidence for computer-related crimes.

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