Reviews forensic evidence contained within mobile devices, including address books, call logs, text messages, video files, audio files, and Internet history. Discusses procedures and technologies associated with mobile devices and how such procedures differ from traditional digital forensics. Analyzes collected data and correlates information with data from carriers. Hands-on exercises included. Notes: Course will consist of exercises conducted in a lab environment with concurrent lectures (combined total of 3 credits for lab and lecture exercises). Offered by Electrical & Comp. Engineering. May not be repeated for credit.
Mobile Device Forensics
George Mason University
DFOR 672 DL1
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Jessica Lynne Hyde (email@example.com)
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