B.Sc Digital and Cyber forensics imparts knowledge about the body of technologies, processes and practices designed to protect networks, computers, programs and data from attack, damage or unauthorized access.
Computer forensics is an evolving field that is always moving to match the changes in devices and how they are used for identifying, preserving, analyzing, and recovering data from computers and various digital media storage. With increasing cybercrime, computer forensics has now become crucial for public safety, national security, and law enforcement. Tracking the digital activities of potential criminals can help investigators find Digital & Cyber Forensic Science has played a vital role in both law enforcement investigations and corporate cyber security.
|Course Duration||3 years|
|Eligibility Criteria||Candidates Passed with computer related +2 degree with minimum 50% marks , obtained from a recognised Institute|
B.Sc Digital & Cyber Forensics Science is a three-year Under-Graduate degree that trains IT professionals in information/network security, forensic investigation of compromised systems, and recording cyber forensic evidence for use in courts of law.
The technique of retrieving information and data from computers when investigating cybercrime is known as cyber forensics. Forensic professionals evaluate digital data to find, preserve, recover, and present facts and outcomes. Those who complete this degree will be able to contribute significantly to computer forensics and information security.
The Cyber Forensics course curriculum includes programming methods in C++, Java, Linux, PHP, ASP.Net, Internet Technology, and Cyber Laws. Practical sessions at the Internet Programming and Computer Security Lab Biometric security, digital evidence preservation and recovery, ethical hacking and digital forensics, mobile and wireless security, security threats and vulnerabilities, and so on.
Cyber forensics can be defined as a branch of forensic science dedicated to recovery and investigation of digital or electronic data. These data can be from any digital asset or data storing entity which includes a computer system, mobile device, cloud service, and so on. Technically, all these digital assets have a different design to store data and this makes the very base for dividing digital forensics into several categories. Its various sub branches include computer forensics, network forensics, forensic data analysis, and mobile device forensics