Cyber Forensics and Security (CFS)
Students will learn how to use advanced tools that can aid investigators in searching the Internet and resources that can be applied to domestic and international investigations.
Course examines forensic and investigate aspects of incident response. Topics include pre-incident preparation, developing leads, scoping an incident, data collection, forensic duplication, evidence from hosts, networks, application and enterprise environments.
Students will learn advanced techniques, tools and frameworks used for Mobile and Web Penetration and Attack.
Study of emerging and advanced topics in Cyber Forensics and Security. Topics vary with instructor and change from one semester to another.
A detailed study of the cyber threat intelligence process and its products. Topics include threat modeling, structured analysis, adversary groups, tactical, operations, and strategic threat intelligence.
Students will learn how to plan and execute and end-to-end adversary emulation and build a red team program, leverage threat intelligence to map against adversary tactic and tool automation.
Students will plan, implement, research and present a solution to a real-world problem within cyber forensics & defense, demonstrating their technical and professional skills. Must be pre-approved before registering.