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eForensics KIT326


This unit provides a broad coverage of eforensics applied to a number of different domains. Students will explore different types of evidence as they apply to investigations involving cybercrime. The unit will explore various tools, techniques and algorithms that may be employed by investigators for acquisition, preservation and analysis of evidence and students will develop the skills to implement their use. Students will also explore the impediments that can threaten forensic investigations.


Unit name eForensics
Unit code KIT326
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Sciences and Engineering
School of Technology, Environments and Design
Discipline Information & Communication Technology

Tony Gray

Available as student elective? No
Breadth Unit? No


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Learning Outcomes

1. Implement a process to support the administration and management of computer forensics.

2. Explain current issues in the practice of digital forensic investigations.

3. Evaluate the effectiveness of available digital forensics tools.

4. Apply the principles of effective digital forensics investigation techniques.

5. Explain the role of digital forensics in cyber security.



Band Field of Education
2 029901

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Teaching Pattern

2-hour weekly lecture and 2-hour weekly Computer Laboratory


ATT1 Test or Quiz (10%)

ATT2 Test or Quiz (20%)

ATT3 Report (20%)

ATT4 Exam (50%)

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