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COS/PSA 413 Day 6
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Agenda Questions? Assignment 2 Due Lab 1 Write-ups Corrected 1 A, 1 B, 2 C’s and 1 F Lab 2 Write-ups Due tomorrow Pay more attention to detail, answer the question! Lab tomorrow at N105 Using Linux tools Project 4-2, Project 4-5 Individual labs, no teams required Discussion on The Investigator’s Office and Laboratory Chapter 5 in 1e and Chapter 3 in 2e
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The Investigator’s Office and Laboratory Chapter 5
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Learning Objectives Understand Forensic Lab Certification Requirements Determine the Physical Layout of a Computer Forensics Lab Select a Basic Forensic Workstation Build a Business Case for Developing a Forensics Lab Create a Forensic Boot Floppy Retrieve Evidence Data Using a Remote Network Connection
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Understand Forensic Lab Certification Requirements American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors (ASCLD) – A national society that sets the standards, management, and audit process for labs used in crime analysis including computing-forensics labs used by the police, FBI, and similar organizations.
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Understand Forensic Lab Certification Requirements Identify the duties of the lab manager and staff: - Set up the guidelines for managing cases. - Promote group consensus for decision making. - Establish and promote quality assurance. - Create and monitor lab policies. - Evaluate hardware and software needs. - Balance costs and needs.
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Understand Forensic Lab Certification Requirements Uniform Crime Report – Information collected at the federal, state, and local levels to determine the types and frequencies of crime committed. Federal Reports Regional Summaries
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Understand Forensic Lab Certification Requirements
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Understand Forensic Lab Certification Requirements Acquiring Certification and Training International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS) – One of the oldest professional computing-forensics organizations, IACIS was created by police officers who wanted to formalize credentials in computing investigations. IACIS restricts membership to only sworn law enforcement personnel or government employees working as computer forensic examiners. High Tech Crime Network (HTCN) – A national organization that provides certification for computer crime investigators and computing-forensics technicians.
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Understand Forensic Lab Certification Requirements Certified Electronic Evidence Collection Specialist (CEECS) – A certificate awarded by IACIS upon completion of a written exam. Certified Forensics Computer Examiners (CFCE) – A certification awarded by the IACIS upon completion of the correspondence portion of testing.
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Understand Forensic Lab Certification Requirements Certified Computer Crime Investigator, Basic Level - Candidates have two years of law-enforcement or corporate-investigative experience or a bachelor’s degree and one year of investigative experience.
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