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Thu, Nov 2, 12:00 - 2:25, Bordeaux     Workshop
Recommended Citation: Malinowski, C.  Computer Forensics.  In The Proceedings of the Information Systems Education Conference 2006, v 23 (Dallas): §1122. ISSN: 1542-7382.

Computer Forensics

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Christopher Malinowski    [a1] [a2]
Computer Science Department, CW Post
Long Island University CW Post Campus    [u1] [u2]
Brookville, New York, USA    [c1] [c2]

Participants should have their own laptops running Windows as that is the format of the demonstration software. While I will stress that there are several software suites available, I intend to focus on EnCase simply as a) it has the largest client base, and b) time considerations will constrain us. Additionally, while I can provide a “full-blown” FTK package, their demo version is currently limited to 5,000 files. If I can either obtain a suitable “case” or cobble one together, then I will do so and also present the FTK demonstration. I can have EnCase ‘demo disks’ available for participants, however the CD’s used for the workshop will unfortunately be collected (contractual obligation). The non-EnCase discussions will be on PowerPoint (slides will be available) and will provide a nice backdrop for those skills required by Computer Science (not necessarily Information Systems) students. The GUI suites however can provide IS student considerations, allowing educators to consider projects which may be appropriate for specific courses, and in fact meld together CS and IS students in a combined project.

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