Difference between pages "Computer forensics" and "Academic Forensics Programs - Graduate Level"

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Computer forensics is the practice of identifying, extracting and considering evidence from digital media such as computer hard drives. [[Digital evidence]] is both fragile and volatile and requires the attention of a certified specialist to ensure that materials of evidentiary value can be effectively isolated and extracted in a scientific manner that will bear the scrutiny of a court of law.
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=Research Programs=
Computer forensics is not to be confused with the more generic term of 'forensic computing', which refers to the analysis and study of all types of digital media and materials - whether they be of a computing or telecommunication nature. Computer forensics, in a strict sense, applies specifically to the evaluation of computers and data storage or data processing devices.
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== External Links ==
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; [http://ncfs.ucf.edu/ National Center for Forensic Science]
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: University of Central Florida
  
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computer_forensics Wikipedia: Computer forensics]
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; [http://www.cis.utulsa.edu/ Center for Information Security]
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: University of Tulsa
  
*[http://www.wikicrimeline.co.uk/index.php?title=Digital_evidence WikiCrimeLine Digital evidence]
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=Certificate Programs=
 
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*[http://www.wikicrimeline.co.uk/index.php?title=Computer_forensics WikiCrimeLine Computer forensics]
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Revision as of 19:38, 18 April 2006

Research Programs

National Center for Forensic Science
University of Central Florida
Center for Information Security
University of Tulsa

Certificate Programs