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6th Annual Teaching Computer Forensics Workshop

Date: 18th November 2010
Location: University of Sunderland, Sunderland
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Presentations/Event material

Computer Forensics Curriculum Ideas
Peter Bunyan
University of Sunderland
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Digital Forensics The Next Four Years A Strategic Discussion
Harjinder Singh Lallie
University of Derby
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Enhancing the Experience in Network Incident Investigations
Dr. Jianming Cai, Ms. Angeliki Parianou and Ms. Bo Li
London Metropolitan University
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Learning Using Assessment on a Digital Forensics Module
Dimitris Tsaptsinos
Kingston University
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Managing Expectations, Aspirations and Study Skills of Computer Forensic Students
Harjinder Lallie and Sam Salt
University of Derby
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Promoting Understanding of Logical Structures of File Systems
Dr Ian Mitchell
Middlesex University
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Quo Vadis? An introductory case study in GPS and database analysis
Dr R.I.Ferguson
University of Abertay Dundee
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SPAM Cluedo
John Sheppard
Waterford Institute of Technology
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Teaching Computer Forensics
Diane Gan, David Chadwick and Dimitris Frangiskatos
University of Greenwich
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Towards Standards in Digital Forensics Education
Peter Cooper, Gail T Finley and Petteri Kaskenpalo
Sam Houston State University
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Thursday’s workshop on Computer Forensics at the University of Sunderland will take place in room 232 in the David Goldman Informatics Centre at St Peters.  Campus - post code is SR6 0DD.

Coffee and registration is at 10.00 and we hope to finish around 3.15.

 

 

6th Annual Teaching Computer Forensics Workshop

 

Programme

 

10.00 Coffee and registration

 

10.30 Welcome to University of Sunderland, David Blackwell, University of Sunderland

10.35   Introduction and objectives of the day Alastair Irons, University of Sunderland

10.45 Digital Forensics: The Domain Space and Implications for the Curriculum, Peter Cooper, Sam Houston University

11.15 What Students want from the Curriculum Peter Bunyon, University of Sunderland

11.30 Quo Vadis? – An introductory case study in GPS and database analysis, Ian Fergusson, University of Abertay

12.00 The Development of Challenging Assessments for Computer Forensics Students, Diane Gan, University of Greenwich

12.30 Spam Cluedo, John Sheppard, Waterford Institute of Technology

 

13.00 Lunch

 

Strand A

Strand B

13.30

Promoting Understanding of Logical Structures of File Systems

Ian Mitchell

Middlesex University

Enhancing the Experience in Network Incident Investigations

Jianming Cai and Angeliki Parianou London Metropolitan

University

14.00

Learning Using Assessment on a Digital Forensics Module

Dimitris Tsaptsinos

Kingston University

Managing Expectations, Aspirations and Study Skills of Computer Forensic Students

Sam Salt

University of Derby

 

14.30    Digital Forensics – next 4 Years Strategic Discussion, Harjinder Lallie, University of Derby

 

15.00 Taking the Discipline Forward – Summary Alastair Irons University of Sunderland 

15.15 Tea and Close