||CPE Credits: 20
Course Level: Basic
Computers have become a necessary and standard tool in fraud investigation. The latest edition of this course will provide an overview on how you can use your computer, including the Internet, data analysis and public records in your investigations. The accompanying CD-ROM contains useful practical exercises, website links and software demos.
What you will learn:
Advanced search features of Google and Bing search engines
Nontraditional methods for finding information on the Internet, including social networking sites like Facebook and LinkedIn
Finding foreign corporate records online
Using data-mining tools and techniques
Addressing the collection of digital evidence and electronic evidence discovery
Investigating with the Internet using websites, email, newsgroups, chat rooms and screen names
Investigating with public records
Accessing information through computer databases and data analysis tools
Retrieving information from a target computer
Legal issues affecting computer investigations
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Field of study: Computer Science
Last Updated: July 2011
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