Mar 04, 2024
- Properly acquire digital data from a variety of sources including different hard drive types, cell phones, cloud and IoT
- Understand a variety of computer platforms and how data is stored in order to properly analyze the evidence or recover lost files.
- Determine and design an appropriate plan for identifying, securing and gathering evidence in a case.
- Apply ethics while conducting investigations and apply the principles in their professional and personal lives.
- Understand international privacy laws such as GDPR, CCPA, LGPD, and POPI compliance for cloud and IoT investigations
- Communicate effectively with other members of a team, corporation or clients in order to investigate the cybercrime or incident and provide a viable solution.
- Analyze electronic evidence and use cyber skills to identify a conclusion that can be confirmed using standard or accepted forensic science techniques.
- Research, analyze, and manage a cyber investigation that involves personal, corporate, cloud and IoT devices
- Communicate effectively with both technical and nontechnical stakeholders, both in speech and written documents, including serving as a technical/expert witness at a trial.
- This information does not substitute for meeting with a faculty adviser.
- Students must achieve a minimum grade of 2.0 in each core class.
- AAS degree programs emphasize preparation in specific job skills required for entry-level employment.
- Not all classes are offered every quarter or at night.
- Talk to a faculty adviser.
Professional-Technical Core Courses
Total Supporting Course Credits: 15
Related Instruction Courses
Total Related Instruction Credits: 20
Total Program Credits: 91