The Need for and Contents of a Course in Forensic Information Systems & Computer Science at the University of Cape Town

Adrie Stander, Kevin Johnston
InSITE 2007  •  Volume 7  •  2007
This paper aims to investigate the need for and contents of a course in forensic Information Systems and Computer Science at UCT. In order to do this, the reader is introduced to computer crime and shown how the forensic process of identifying, preserving, recovering, analyzing, and documenting computer data supposedly used in crimes committed using computers is helping in investigating and solving these types of crime. An actual forensic approach known as the End-to-End Digital Investigation is also discussed.
Forensics, Information Systems
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