We have seen an exponential increase in the number of cybercrimes and litigations involving large organizations. Cybercrime remains the greatest threat to every company globally and one of the biggest problems with humankind. Computer forensics can be helpful against all types of security and criminal incidents that involve computer systems and related technologies.
Also, the field of computer forensics is constantly changing and cannot be adequately explored by a textbook alone. The course projects are designed to help you research and understand topics of particular significance to the field.
You are required to complete an individual paper, which will focus on the emerging significance of computer forensics to law enforcement. Paper One will make up 20 percent of your final grade.
Cyber Crime and Terrorism
Author: Robert Taylor, Eric Fritsch, William L. Tafoya, Michael Saylor
Publisher: Pearson Publishing
Edition: 4th Edition
ISBN: 978-0-13-484651-4, 0134846516
Use a minimum of five sources for each assignment. You can use your textbook as a reference, but it will not count as one of your sources. Your sources should be reputable—do not rely on Websites not associated with professional organizations and institutions (blogs, etc.). Any items taken from the Web should be carefully evaluated to ensure that they are appropriate for a college-level assignment. You may want to consult the Collin College library’s guide or Use Collin’s Lexis Nexis database in your research if possible and cite the case, outcomes, etc. http://library.collin.edu/login?url=http://www.nexisuni.com
Cover page (does not count toward page total)—This includes the paper’s title, your name, the class title, and the date of submission.
Introduction—This is an introductory statement about your paper. What point are you making, or what are you hoping to discover? Provide the thesis or purpose of the paper here.
Body—This is the main section of the paper. Make sure you thoroughly fulfill the requirements of the assignment. Do what you stated in the introduction and support your conclusions.
Conclusion—This is the part of your paper where you give your final thoughts. Based on your analysis, what have you concluded about the points or questions raised in the introduction?
Bibliography (does not count toward page total)—This contains your reference list, which must be formatted in APA 7th edition guidelines.