CRJ 380 — Computer Crime
This course will provide an overview of computer crime and its increasing prevalence in our society. The course will introduce students to the role digital devices play in computer crime investigations. Students will examine not only the device itself and why it is used to commit crime, but more importantly, will examine the critical evidence left behind on the device that may be useful to solve and prosecute the crime. Students will learn basic concepts involved in the digital crime scene, including the laws that guide investigations of this type. They will work with software tools designed to preview digital evidence and full digital evidence forensic processing tools. The course will cover internet technologies and how law enforcement deals with Internet Service Providers.
Requirements and Prerequisites
Prerequisite: Permission of Department Chair