1. What is Computer Forensics? System forensics is the process of systematically examining computer media as well as network components, software, and memory for evidence. System forensics involves collecting, preserving, analyzing, and documenting evidence to reconstruct user activities. Appropriately collected evidence is often presented in court to solve criminal cases and prosecute criminals.
2. How has technology improved the way criminal investigators perform their job? Technology improved the way criminal investigators perform their jobs by making it easier to track things, there is different types of software out there today to help them with these issues, and make the jobs ...view middle of the document...
What group runs datalossdb? Open Security Foundation runs datalossdb.
9. On the website DataLossDb.org, of the largest 20 incidents, how many of them were computer hacks as opposed to other issues like stolen laptops and lost drives? 31% of the incidents were computer hacks as opposed to the other issues.
10. What built-in Windows tool is used to manage the Encrypted File System (EFS)? The certificates is was is used to manage the EFS..
Week 1 Lab Part 2 - Assessment Worksheet
1. What is the presumption of innocence? All people accused of a crime are legally presumed to be innocent until they are convicted, either in a trial or as a result of pleading guilty. This presumption means not only that the prosecutor must convince the jury of the defendant's guilt, but also that the defendant need not say or do anything in his own defense. If the prosecutor can't convince the jury that the defendant is guilty, the defendant goes free.
2. The presumption of innocence, coupled with the fact that the prosecutor must prove the defendant's guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, makes it difficult for the government to put innocent people behind bars.
3. What is hearsay and provide an example when Computer evidence can be considered hearsay? “Hearsay” refers to statements made outside of court of law an example of Computer evidence that is considered hearsay is
4. What is system integrity? System integrity is the state of a system where it is performing its intended functions without being degraded or impaired by changes or disruptions in its internal or external environments
5. What skills are required by an expert witness? The skills required by an expert witness are:
• A background in law, law enforcement, or investigation.
• A membership in professional...