Network Forensics

MET CS 703

This course provides a comprehensive understanding of network forensic analysis principles. Within the context of forensics security, network infrastructures, topologies, and protocols are introduced. Students understand the relationship between network forensic analysis and network security technologies. Students will learn to identify network security incidents and potential sources of digital evidence and demonstrate the ability to perform basic network data acquisition and analysis using computer based applications and utilities. Students will also identify potential applications for the integration of network forensic technologies and demonstrate the ability to accurately document network forensic processes and analysis. Prereq: MET CS 625 and MET CS 695; or instructor's consent.

FALL 2016 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
E1 Jacobs FLR 264 S 1:00 pm-4:00 pm elive course.
Meets on campus
9/17,10/15,
11/19,12/3 &
12/17.Final Tba

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