Computer forensics and investigations assignments

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M1A1

 

Case Project: 1-1

A lawyer in a law firm is suspected of embezzling money from a trust account. Who should conduct the investigation? If evidence is found to support the claim, what should be done? Write atleast two pages explaining the steps to take, who is involved, and what items must be considered.

 

Case Project 1-2

A private corporation is suspects an employee is using password-cracking tools to gain access to other accounts. The accounts include employees in the Payroll and Human Resources departments. Write a two-to-three-page paper outlining what steps to take, who should be involved, and what should be considered.

 

M1A2

 

Use a Web search engine, such as Google or Yahoo, and search for companies specializing in computer forensics. Select three and write a 2- to 3-page paper comparing what each company does.
 

Submit your findings for each case project in a Word document, 2–3 pages in length, double spaced, and in 12-point font.

 

 

 

M5A1

Case Project 9-2

Several graphics files were transmitted via e-mail from an unknown source to a suspect in an ongoing investigation. The lead investigator gives you these graphics files and tells you that at least four messages should be embedded in them. Use your problem-solving and brainstorming skills to determine a procedure to follow. Write a short report outlining what to do

 

Case Project 9-3

A drive you’re investigating contains serveral password-protected files and other files with headers that don’t match the extension. Write a report describing the procedures you need to follow to retrieve the evidence. Identify the mismatched file headers to extensions and discuss techniques you can apply to recover passwords from the protected files.

 

Submit your findings for each case project in a Word document, 2–3 pages in length, double spaced, and in 12-point font.