Computer Crime and Digital Analysis
3rd & 4th July 2012
Venue: University of Glamorgan, Pontypridd
Delivered by: Paula Thomas and Duncan McPhee - Subject Leaders, University of Glamorgan
The information stored on digital devices is increasingly becoming the target of crime mostly for financial gain. The methods used to commit computer crime usually leave some items of evidence behind on the digital device whether a computer, laptop, phone, USB flash drive, etc. Digital analysis is the process of investigation which is undertaken to try to identify these evidence items and to find out how the crime was committed, by whom and when.
Topics covered on this course will include types of digital evidence, the challenges of digital analysis, computer forensic tools and applications.
This is an introductory course which assumes little prior knowledge of the subject matter and is aimed at those seeking to update their knowledge of computer crime and digital analysis and safeguard their businesses.
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This course will be presented in English, however, should you wish to engage in the workshop through the medium of Welsh, please let us know up to 4 working days before the date of the event and we will endeavour to ensure all resources are translated into Welsh as soon as possible.