Computer Science Assignment 12

ITEC 4321 Module 12 Assignment

This assignment should take no longer than 3-6 hours to complete, but I am allowing a week of time for completion. This should account for varying schedules. All work submitted during this class should be of your own creation. “Cut-n-paste answers” are not acceptable and will not receive credit toward the assignments in this class.

Assignment Summary:

? Read Chapter 12 in the textbook

? Check for additional material posted in D2L

? Complete the activities below

Instructions: Answers should be contained in either a single Word document or PowerPoint presentation. If using PowerPoint, only one answer per slide. Do not zip file before submission. Number your answers appropriately. If a question has multiple parts, be sure to number those as well (1b, 3c, etc.). If you are skipping an answer, number as usual and note “Question Skipped” or “Not Answered.” Keep answers in the order listed in this handout. For written responses, each answer should typically be around 200-250 words (1-2 nice paragraphs), well-written (proper spelling, punctuation, grammar, etc.), and cover the topic fully. Be sure to cite your sources (including the textbook)! If an answer requires a screenshot, please make sure that your screenshot shows all relevant information and is large enough to be easily legible. Points will be deducted if your submission is not properly formatted as detailed above.


You are an experienced employee of the DigiFirm Investigation Company. DigiFirm is conducting an employee training activity in which employees describe the process of how they would look for evidence on their own mobile devices.

For this assignment:

1. Create a PowerPoint presentation that includes:

• The properties of one of your own mobile devices

• An outline of the steps you would take to seize evidence from your device, including device storage, system data, and so on

• A description of common legal issues related to mobile device forensic activities

• A list of the general (i.e., non-sensitive) information that an examination of your device might reveal about your life

Use standard (i.e., easy to read) font styles — no Comic Sans! For slide headings, use 32-point font size. For slide body, try to use 24-28 point but never less than 20-point.

Presentation length should be 8 to 12 slides, including title slide, summary slide, and citations slide. (50 points)

2. Log in to the JBLearning Cloud Labs and complete Lab 8: Conducting Forensic Investigations on Mobile Devices. For deliverables, submit the following:

a) From Section 2: Applied Learning, Part 1 Identify Forensic Evidence in Android User Data, take a screenshot of Step #19 showing the recovered contact information from the Android phone. (25 points)

b) From Section 2: Applied Learning, Part 2: Identify Forensic Data in Android

Application Data, take a screenshot of Step #23 showing the Investigative Report’s Table of Contents (page 3 of the report). (25 points)

NOTE: Upload the PowerPoint presentation for deliverable #1 as a separate file from deliverable #2. Deliverable #2 can be either a Word or PowerPoint file. Do not zip/compress files together before uploading to D2L.

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