9 years 7 years

IMT4012 Digital Forensics I
(Bachelors are also attending this course with a different subject code, IMT3551)

Evidence acquisition, analysis and reporting

  • 4 lectures
  • Presentation of chosen paper (in groups)
  • Week of lab work (19, 22 and 23rd of November)
  • Written exam 3 hours (40%) - 18th December
  • Project work (40%) - Groups of 4-6 people (deliver by 7th December)
  • Oral presentation of group work (20% - 10% for each of them)

Lecture notes

Our paper presentation

S1_DF1_Persistence_of_memory
size 811.2 KiB
sha256: 9139244d3b...b932fd0181

Our project paper


Mind map


Books

Book: Digital Forensics with open source tools Cory Altheide and Harlan Carvey, 1 edition (372,-).

Online (free): Forensic Discovery Dan Farmer and Wietse Venema, 2005 edition (source).