Program Learning Outcomes

  • A student who completes the Cybersecurity Digital Forensic program will be able to:

      • Identify and analyze  risks, threats, and vulnerabilities associated with digital tools, used to monitor digital components connected to computer networks.
      • Explain various operating systems; operating system roles; how operating systems manage computer hardware, software, and subsystems; and describe memory allocation schemes and paging
      • Performing Static Analysis on a Suspicious File, System Behavior Analysis, and Forensic Examination of a Suspicious Microsoft Office Document.
      • Implement Role-Based Access Controls in Windows Admin Center (WAC) and Implement Password Policies using Windows Group Policy. Implement IDS/IPS functionality, and secure IoT devices on the network using tools such as Disk Encryption, MD5 Hashes, TLS/SSL
      • Investigate various Network Attacks using Kiwi Log Viewer and Wireshark tools.
      • Utilize forensic investigative strategies and tools to locate and retrieve electronic data and history on the network and digital devices; retrieve volatile and non-volatile information, deleted files, and partition data