Discuss the three Aâs of Computer Forensics?
2. According to the textbook, where did the first laws pertaining to digital evidence begin to appear?
3. The Fourth Amendment to the Constitution was designed to guarantee a personâs right to what? How does a âwarning
bannerâ on the computer facilitate investigation of that computer?
4. What are some examples of corporate crime for which an examiner might be called in to investigate?
5. What noncomputer
crimes might a computer forensics examiner get involved with, and how?
6. What is the purpose of a standard operating procedure (SOP) in digital forensics? You might also think of this as a
systematic approach to the investigation. List five activities that should be in every SOP for digital forensics.
7. What is the primary difference between government run and corporate run hightech
8. If you are hired to conduct a digital forensics investigation by either side in a criminal or civil action, to what do you owe
9. What software or hardware tool must be used in digital media acquisition to protect against inadvertent tainting of evidence
by the operating system.
10. Name the three most popular storage formats for bitstream
images of digital media.
11. What is the difference between making a standard copy of a piece of media and making a forensically sound bitstream
12. Name three different tools that can be used to create bitstream
backup images and identify their strengths.
13. How does a collision occur in the context of authenticating images of computer media?
14. Discuss physical security of digital forensics labs, including why physical security is necessary and important.
15. Compare and contrast the physical vs. logical architecture of a hard disk