||CPE Credit: 20 |
Course Level: Basic
Investigating by Computer, Second Edition will help you turn your computer into the most powerful investigative tool you own. Along with basic computer skills, this course can be used as a guide to every aspect of digital investigations.
You Will Learn How To:
Recognize the numerous ways to investigate with the Internet using websites, emails, social networking sites, newsgroups, chatrooms and other valuable sources
Recall the types of information that can be obtained from public and nonpublic records, commercial databases, the Internet and other valuable sources
Recognize the various means through which public records can be obtained from online sources and how they can be helpful in fraud investigations
Distinguish between the different means to access and analyze information using data analysis tools and techniques
Choose the appropriate data analysis tools and techniques for a particular investigation
Recognize where to look for information that is created, stored and disseminated electronically
Distinguish major legal issues concerning computer and Internet fraud investigations
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Field of study: Information Technology
Last Updated: September 2015
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