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Computer Networks and Security (2IC60)

At the end of the course, students are expected to be able to 

explain how computer networks are organized. 
describe the Internet structure and explain how standard problems are solved in that context.  11 more words

Network Forensics

Computer and Network Security

This course provides a broad introduction to a variety of topics in applied computer and network security. These include software vulnerabilities, applied cryptography, network security, privacy, anonymity, usability, and security economics. 7 more words

Network Forensics

Computer Forensics and Investigation Methodology - 8 steps

Accepted methods and procedures to properly seize, safeguard, analyze data and determine what happen. Actionable information to deal with computer forensic cases. Repeatable and effective steps. 1,435 more words

Digital Forensics And Incident Response

Canvas Fingerprinting - The Online Computer Tracking Device Almost Impossible To Block.

Meet the Online Tracking Device That is Virtually Impossible to Block, by Julia Angwin, ProPublica

(This story was co-published with Mashable.)

http://tinyurl.com/mbqqrw… 241 more words

Legal Technology

ARA Fraud & Forensic Services: Computer Forensics

Business is ever more dependent on computer systems, telecommunications and digital devices. Almost all civil, criminal and internal cases involve a computer, mobile phone or other digital device. 138 more words

ARA Fraud & Forensic Services

Are Looking for Network Forensics and Lawful Interceptions

Distinct with the conventional PSTN phone system, VoIP has not had decades to regulate its operations and governments have had small time to turn out… 439 more words

Cyber Secrutity