Class Schedule

CIS236 Section AE - 2014 Fall Term

CIS236: Computer Forensics - 4 Hours

Prerequisites: CIS111, CIS181

This course is an introduction to the history of computer forensics and the many tools used in computer investigations. Students will engage in discussions involving the functions of computer forensic workstations and software, recognize the physical layout of a computer forensics lab, determine reasonable expectations of forensic tools, identify the significance of digital evidence, discuss the goals of the Honeynet Project and recognize the roles of the client and server in email. Projects utilizing the information presented will be completed in a secured lab environment. Course fees may apply.

Doug A. Orwig

Doug A. Orwig
Title: Adjunct Senior Instructor
Dept: Information Systems and Technology
Office: (not available)
Phone: (309) 692-4092
Fax: (309) 692-3893

Section Information

Section: AE
Format: Arranged
Time: Arranged
LMS: Joule
Fee: $70.00
Seats Filled: 1 of 1

Sections Offered

2014 Winter Term (November 10th, 2014–February 15th, 2015)
Course Section Instructor Location Time
CIS236: Computer Forensics NF Orwig, Doug A. 128 M 6:00pm–9:30pm;
Flex Learning

Number of classes: 1