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Unformatted text preview: INN550 - Lecture 1 INN550 - Lecture 1 Semester 1, 2009 Lecture 1 INN550: Computer Forensics 1 Queensland University of Technology © 2009 INN550 - Lecture 1 INN550 - Lecture 1 Lecturers • Assoc. Prof. Andrew Clark (Unit Coordinator) – Room: Margaret St (Level 7) – E‐mail: [email protected] – Phone: 3138 9550 – Consulta¡on • By appointment – email or call me • Guest Lecturers – Dr Bradley Schatz – Dr Michael Cohen (AFP) – Mr Rodney McKemmish (KPMG) ‐ uncon¢rmed 2 Queensland University of Technology © 2009 INN550 - Lecture 1 INN550 - Lecture 1 Course Structure ** Week/Date/Lecturer Topic 1. (24/02/09) AC Digital evidence and the digital crime scene 2. (03/03/09) AC Legal and commercial context: the role of the CF invesRgator 3. (10/03/09) AC Computer forensics methodology 4. (17/03/09) AC DocumentaRon and reporRng 5. (24/03/09) AC AcquisiRon of digital evidence 6. (31/03/09) BS Storage Analysis I: FAT, ISO 7. (07/04/09) AC Storage Analysis II: NTFS, VFS, ext2/3 3 Queensland University of Technology © 2009 ** subject to change! INN550 - Lecture 1 INN550 - Lecture 1 Course Structure Week/Date/Lecturer Topic 8. (21/04/09) AC Metadata analysis 9. (28/04/09) AC ApplicaRon analysis 10. (05/05/09) MC Network forensic 11. (12/05/09) BS VolaRle memory forensics 12. (19/05/09) MC Special topic: pyFLAG 13. (26/05/09) ¡M Special topic: AccounRng fraud E. (??/06/09) Final exam 4 Queensland University of Technology © 2009 INN550 - Lecture 1 INN550 - Lecture 1 Assessment • Assignment 1 (30%) – Hard drive analysis • Due 20 April • Assignment 2 (30%) – Network traffic analysis • Due 25 May • Final ExaminaRon (40%) – in exam period 5 Queensland University of Technology © 2009 INN550 - Lecture 1 INN550 - Lecture 1 Blackboard • hHp://blackboard.qut.edu.au – Announcements – Lectures • PowerPoint Slides (with PDFs) • Lecture Recordings • Readings and other resources – Prac¡cals – Assessment details – Useful web sites 6 Queensland University of Technology © 2009 INN550 - Lecture 1 INN550 - Lecture 1 Overview • What is Computer Forensics? • Nature of Digital Evidence • Sources of Digital Evidence • Challenges with Digital Evidence • Principles of Digital Evidence • The Digital Crime Scene 7 Queensland University of Technology © 2009 INN550 - Lecture 1 INN550 - Lecture 1 Forensic Science and Experts • Forensic science (or forensics) is the process of applying scienR¡c methods to answering legal quesRons relaRng to criminal or civil proceedings. • A forensic expert (or expert witness ) may be called upon to provide tesRmony (an opinion ) based upon their scienR¡c examinaRon of a piece of evidence ....
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