Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice - Arkansas
Computer Security And Forensics
Advance with an Information Systems Degree with Computer Forensics Management
A Strayer University’s Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (BSIS) with Computer Forensics Management concentration will give you the foundation to manage day-to-day technical operations and to deploy forward-looking technologies effectively. Online classes and on-campus coursework provides preparation for roles such as Information Technology or Information Systems Manager/Director, Data Processing Manager, MIS Director, Computing Services Director, Director of Application Development, or Technical Services Manager.
With a Computer Forensics Management concentration you will:
- Master the ability to process and report on digital computer evidence from a crime scene or in connection with a computer forensics investigation—in the public or private sector
- Focus on the managerial aspects of the field, including policy, practice, planning, risk management, response, and examination
Key Learning Outcomes
- Design a security policy framework and disaster recovery plan for an organization.
- Identify the role of computer forensics in responding to crimes and solving business challenges.
- Develop a computer forensics deployment plan that addresses and solves a proposed business problem.
- Analyze how security policies help mitigate risks and support business processes in various domains in the information technology (IT) infrastructure.
- Summarize the ethical components and basic requirements for creating a security policy framework.
- Compare and contrast the various types of computer crime.
- Evaluate and explain the various methods of computer forensics and evidentiary gathering techniques.