Tuesday, May 24, 2011


Current and proposed courses

  • CNIT 499x/581x Basic Computer Forensics
  • CNIT 581x Advanced Research Topics in Cyber Forensics
  • CNIT 499x/581xCyber Forensics: Advanced Technologies ('06)
  • CNIT 499x/581x Cyber Forensics: Small Scale Digital Devices ('06)
  • CNIT 499x/581x Cyber Forensics: Hardware Essentials ('06)
  • CNIT 499x/581x Applied Digital Crime Scene Analysis ('07)
  • CNIT 499x/581x Expert Witness Testimony ('07)
Contact: Dr. Hackingraz 
Mobile no:9808442890
The objective of the cyberforensics signature area is to become the primary national and international resource for the developing scientific discipline of digital forensic science. The cyberforensics team is following a 3-phased approach based on the development of the Purdue Cyberforensics Lab that was officially opened Summer '04. The approach focuses on (1) education and training for students, faculty, and law enforcement, (2) leading edge research in cyberforensics, and (3) operational support for federal, state, and local law enforcement. The SIG has a memorandum of understanding in place with the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C), the Indiana State Police, the Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS/CS Department) and ITaP. An additional and equally important objective is to develop an area of specialization in cyberforensics at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Currently, there are 9 masters students and 2 doctoral students focusing their studies in the area of cyberforensics.


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