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    • 17 2.4 Admission Requirements to Digital Forensics Program Basically, most of the papers or research in digital forensics program only concentrate on the curriculum and seldom touch about the requirements of a student prior to program acceptance...
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    • 19 5. Collegiality and professionalism. (Korkmaz, 2007, p. 390). Furthermore, an effective school must be open to the ideas and feelings of teachers and students. Schools need to have in place an effective way of communicating with all employees,...
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    • 2 A digital forensics expert is a unique job. This is because not only does the expert need to know about computers and other technologies but needs to understand laws that pertain to computer or cyber crime. An expert also needs to be a good...
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    • 2 “For those who say the primary education role of postsecondary institutions, especially community colleges, is work force development, service learning is viewed as detracting from that role” (Kidder, 2003). Service-learning critics argue...
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    • 22 reason they are not the best standards overall is because of the fact that they do not address organic chemistry. New York, California, and Massachusetts' standards were used with the Utah Core in order to create the outline for this...
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    • 26 CHAPTER 3 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND RESULTS 3.1 Introduction The purpose of this chapter is to discuss the research methodology and the results of this study. It is divided to research methodology and results sections. The research methodology...
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    • 27 c. “Digital forensics + bachelor + master” Usually, the universities or colleges change or add new program in their university website contents and the only way to get the new program information is just by using the search engine....
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    • 28 The programs that offer digital forensics program are taken and listed in a database. In this study, all data are putted into Excel worksheet. A list of universities or colleges that offer digital forensics program is created and is categorized...
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    • 29 also asked their opinion in improving digital forensics education. The respondents are from the listed database created from previous research methodology. Questions for digital forensics practitioners include the involvement of their company or...
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    • 31 prefer mixed or inter-department to handle digital forensics program such as Computer Science and Criminal Justice Department [UOA]. There is also other departments/schools or centers that are specifically developed for digital forensic science...
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    • 32 controlled by experienced and certified professors or lecturers. The centers are also capable of hiring adjunct professors who have had experience as a digital forensics investigator. Moreover, few centers are sponsored by federal grant money....
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    • 34 Figure 7 – Digital forensics analysis tools usage Digital ForensicTools EnCase 94.1% 66.7% 70.6% 55.6% X-Ways 35.3% 33.3% iLook 0.0% 33.3% SMART 0.0% 33.3% WinHex 64.7% 55.6% DriveSpy 5.9% 11.1% FTK Imager 70.6% 66.7% BlackBag 11.8%...
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    • 39 digital forensics program it is. However, due to the rapid development of learning tools available on the market nowadays, student or digital forensics practitioners would be able to learn from other sources, such as from the internet or...
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    • 40 More than 75% of digital forensics educators and digital forensics investigators agreed to cooperate in the development of a digital forensics program in universities or colleges. Hence, this result is consistent with the claimed made by [Rog04]...
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    • 48 CHAPTER 5 SUMMARY As discussed in the previous chapters, from this research, we managed to come up with a pattern on how digital forensics education should be established. The five components consist of general, basic foundation, forensics...
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    • 49 The Digital forensics component covers advanced computer science and information technology skills. Students would be able to use advanced digital forensics analysis tools to recover potential evidence from physical media storage that comes...
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    • 5 America’s colleges and universities. The participants present suggested the following recommendations: • Colleges and universities should encourage students to participate in community service, help to make sure that academic learning is a...
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    • 6 “revitalize interest in campus service and service-learning with a national initiative to promote service among undergraduate students” (National Service-Learning Clearinghouse, 2008, 1). The years 1989-1997 were also filled with national...
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