forensics, also known as digital forensics, is a practice that examines digital
evidence and recovers data to be used in a civil or criminal legal proceedings.
The process of investigating digital evidence must be conducted in a
forensically sound manner. Computer forensics also provides a means for
"e-discovery" or "electronic discovery" which allows for disclosure of the
digital evidence for parties involved in litigation. Indications of data theft,
employee theft, employee compliance and policy violation, embezzlement, fraud,
and other cybercrimes can be uncovered during a computer forensic examination.
laboratory has a variety of tools which enable the students to be proficient in
various forensic tools and usage of tools for disk imaging and recovery
processes. Knowledge of these tools will enrich the students and they will be
able to design security procedures and policies and in the long run, can
establish responsibility and accountability for information security in
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Curriculum Content (Laboratory Subjects
Keyboard & Mouse
MCS16CL01-Advanced Data Structures Lab
MCS16CL02-Computer Network Management Lab
MCS16L04 - Data Mining Lab
MCS16IL05 - Penetration Testing Lab
Hours: Monday to Friday : 9:00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.