Digital Forensics, Knowledge Unit (2020)

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This article is for the Knowledge Unit. For the Specialization Area, see Digital Forensics, Specialization Area

The intent of the Digital Forensics Knowledge Unit is to provide students with the skills to apply forensics techniques throughout an investigation life cycle with a focus on complying with legal requirements.

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To complete this KU, students should be able to:

  1. Discuss the rules, laws, policies, and procedures that affect digital forensics
  2. Use one or more common DF tools, such as EnCase, FTK, ProDiscover, Xways, SleuthKit.
  3. Describe the steps in performing digital forensics from the initial recognition of an incident through the steps of evidence gathering, preservation and analysis, through the completion of legal proceedings.

Topics[edit]

  1. Legal Compliance
    1. Applicable Laws
    2. Affidavits
    3. How to Testify
    4. Case Law
    5. Chain of custody
  2. Digital Investigations
    1. E-Discovery
    2. Authentication of Evidence
    3. Chain of Custody Procedures
    4. Metadata
    5. Root Cause Analysis
    6. Using Virtual Machines for Analysis

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