Unit code: HIT6630
|Credit points||12.5 Credit Points|
6 week block
|Contact hours||36 Hours|
Nil. Students not enrolled in the Graduate Certificate of eForensics will require the permission of their program coordinator to undertake this unit.
Aims and objectives
This unit provides knowledge relating to legal and regulatory framework relating to cybercrime and computer forensics.
After successfully completing this unit students should be able to:
- Determine where a cybercrime has been committed.
- Demonstrate an understanding of current cybercrime law reforms
- Analyse case studies of cybercrime and precedence and relate to similar situations.
- Determine relevant material for court proceedings for digital evidence
- Prepare briefs for court proceedings for digital evidence
Generic skills outcomes
The graduate attributes which relate to this unit of study help to produce graduates who:
- Are capable in their chosen professional areas.
- Are adaptable and manage change.
- Operate effectively in work and community situations.
- Are aware of environments.
Australian Security Cybercrime Strategy (Nov 2009) http://www.apo.org.au/research/cyber-security-strategy
Jonathon Clough, Principles of Cybercrime, Cambridge University Press, 2010
Alaeldin Maghaireh, Cybercrime Investigation: A Comparative Analysis of Search for and Seizure of Digital Evidence, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2010