Instructions: Write a 8-12 page paper discussing the below topics as they relate

Instructions:
Write a 8-12 page paper discussing the below topics as they relate to computer crime.
Submission Instructions:
You must provide cases and examples to support the topics.
1) Identify and discuss the steps necessary to make electronic evidence admissible in court.
2) Identify various crimes and incidents that are involved in electronic forensic investigations.
3) Discuss the importance of security and computer use policies.
4) Identify and discuss the techniques to obtain evidence from Internet and Web resources.
5) Identify and discuss the types of evidence that can be recovered from computer and electronic devices.
6) Discuss the importance of documentation and chain-of-custody in the forensic process.
Submit your Term Paper in a Word file for grading.
Specific Instructions for the Term Paper:
Include a title page for your own paper. This includes the “Running Head” in the page header, the title of your paper, and your name. If you don’t know how to edit a header in Word, Google for instructions on how to edit a header in the version of Word you are using and follow the instructions. Also add the university and class info as well as the date authoring the paper.
Write a 150-250 word abstract for your the paper (on p. 2 of the Term Paper). The abstract should be a brief summary of your paper.
Next you need a Table of contents page.
Next you will start the paper. The 8-12 page starts counting from this page. All prior pages are pages for “metadata” information about the paper – and not part of the body of the paper.
For each major section of the paper, you will need to add sub-headings. You may need as many subheading as needed, but each section must have a minimum of three sub-headings. Be sure to be descriptive in your sub-heading names, so that the content following the subheading is informative.
More info on the body of the paper: Write the introductory paragraphs of your term paper (following the table of contents page) underneath the title of your paper. The introductory paragraphs should be at least one page long. These paragraphs should provide the reader with an overview of what you are covering. Your full 8-12 page term paper is due at the end of Week 6. In addition to the 8-12 pages of the paper itself, you must include a title page (abstract and table of contents pages) and a references page. Your title page must include the title of your paper, the date, the name of this course, your name, and your instructor’s name, as well as the university info and the date paper was written.
Your paper must be on the topic of this assignment in computer forensics. Remember to explain the types of software you would use to complete the case. You may use the cases noted in the book for guidance or may use one of your own.
The last section of your paper is the list of references in APA Style format. Name the header “References” then list the references in alphabetical order of the authors’ last name. Include a minimum of 6-10 outside sources cited and referenced in the paper. Your references page must be written in APA citation style.
NOTE: I WILL NOT ACCEPT A PAPER WITH AN ORIGINALITY REPORT OVER 10% OR OVER 1% FROM A SINGLE SOURCE. THIS WILL RESULT IN A GRADE OF 0.
NOTE: This assignment has the classroom TII (TurnItIn) feature turned on. This means that once your assignment has been submitted to this area, it will automatically be submitted to Turnitin.com database to generate an Originality Report with an Originality Index. It takes anywhere from a minute to 24 hours (or longer) for this report to be generated and returned to the classroom assignment area. Check often to see if the report has been generated.
The acceptable criteria for the Originality Index in this course is a maximum of 10%. Which means 10% of the submitted paper has been matched with sources in the database and hence is not original to the student’s work. A 0% match index is ideal and should be aimed for. In addition to the 10% maximum overall match allowance, each of your cited sources should not exceed 1%. The bibliography section of your paper is excluded from the match index by your professor after the report has been generated by filtering this portion in the report. However, each cited source must not exceed 1%.
A report exceeding 10% Match Index will get a grade of 0. Any individual source of more than 1% match will reduce the paper grade by the difference of the match and 1%. So for example, a paper with overall match index of say 5% (which is acceptable for the overall match criteria of 10% max) with an individual source matched at say 4% (which is not acceptable for an individual source criteria of 1% max) will result in a 3 point reduction from the paper score of 12 points. You will have the opportunity to rework your paper and resubmit one for a new report generation. Please refer to Week 1 Announcement regarding Turnitin Originality Report for more details.

Week 6 Discussion For this assignment, you must create an original post addressi

Week 6 Discussion
For this assignment, you must create an original post addressing the questions below, preferably prior to Wednesday.
Question:
Using the internet or online library, find an article, case study, or publication about computer forensics that addresses spam email.
Summarize your findings. Be sure to provide a link to the article, case study, or publication.

Instructions: Create a portable forensic evidence kit for corporate security inv

Instructions:
Create a portable forensic evidence kit for corporate security investigations.
Submission Instructions:
Be sure to include all items that you will need to investigate a computer incident. Create a portable forensic evidence kit for corporate security investigations. Be sure to include all items that you will need to investigate a computer incident. You can use “pre-packaged” kits if they are available on the internet – if you choose to do so, please explain why you chose the kit.

Instructions: Research the following laws that relate to computer crime. Write a

Instructions:
Research the following laws that relate to computer crime. Write a 8-12 page paper discussing the role they play in computer crime.
Be sure to research and document cases to support each law.
Submission Instructions:
Be sure to research and document cases to support each law and your discussion.
1) Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
2) Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (Sarbox)
3) Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA)
4) California Database Security Breach Act of 2003
5) The Computer Security Act
6) The Privacy Act of 1974
7) Uniform Electronic Transactions Act
8) Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act
9) Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act
Submit your Term Paper in a Word file for grading.
Specific Instructions for the Term Paper:
Include a title page for your own paper. This includes the “Running Head” in the page header, the title of your paper, and your name. If you don’t know how to edit a header in Word, Google for instructions on how to edit a header in the version of Word you are using and follow the instructions. Also add the university and class info as well as the date authoring the paper.
Write a 150-250 word abstract for your the paper (on p. 2 of the Term Paper). The abstract should be a brief summary of your paper.
Next you need a Table of contents page.
Next you will start the paper. The 8-12 page starts counting from this page. All prior pages are pages for “metadata” information about the paper – and not part of the body of the paper.
For each major section of the paper, you will need to add sub-headings. You may need as many subheading as needed, but each section must have a minimum of three sub-headings. Be sure to be descriptive in your sub-heading names, so that the content following the subheading is informative.
More info on the body of the paper: Write the introductory paragraphs of your term paper (following the table of contents page) underneath the title of your paper. The introductory paragraphs should be at least one page long. These paragraphs should provide the reader with an overview of what you are covering. Your full 8-12 page term paper is due at the end of Week 4. In addition to the 8-12 pages of the paper itself, you must include a title page (abstract and table of contents pages) and a references page. Your title page must include the title of your paper, the date, the name of this course, your name, and your instructor’s name, as well as the university info and the date paper was written.
Your paper must be on the topic of this assignment in computer forensics. Remember to explain the types of software you would use to complete the case. You may use the cases noted in the book for guidance or may use one of your own.
The last section of your paper is the list of references in APA Style format. Name the header “References” then list the references in alphabetical order of the authors’ last name. Include a minimum of 6-10 outside sources cited and referenced in the paper. Your references page must be written in APA citation style.
Rename your Term Paper to ISSC621_LastnameFirstname_TermPaper1.doc(x) (e.g., ISSC621_JohnSmith_TermPaper1.docx) and submit it to the Assignments area in the classroom.
NOTE: I WILL NOT ACCEPT A PAPER WITH AN ORIGINALITY REPORT OVER 10% OR OVER 1% FROM A SINGLE SOURCE. THIS WILL RESULT IN A GRADE OF 0.
NOTE: This assignment has the classroom TII (TurnItIn) feature turned on. This means that once your assignment has been submitted to this area, it will automatically be submitted to Turnitin.com database to generate an Originality Report with an Originality Index. It takes anywhere from a minute to 24 hours (or longer) for this report to be generated and returned to the classroom assignment area. Check often to see if the report has been generated.
The acceptable criteria for the Originality Index in this course is a maximum of 10%. Which means 10% of the submitted paper has been matched with sources in the database and hence is not original to the student’s work. A 0% match index is ideal and should be aimed for. In addition to the 10% maximum overall match allowance, each of your cited sources should not exceed 1%. The bibliography section of your paper is excluded from the match index by your professor after the report has been generated by filtering this portion in the report. However, each cited source must not exceed 1%.
A report exceeding 10% Match Index will get a grade of 0. Any individual source of more than 1% match will reduce the paper grade by the difference of the match and 1%. So for example, a paper with overall match index of say 5% (which is acceptable for the overall match criteria of 10% max) with an individual source matched at say 4% (which is not acceptable for an individual source criteria of 1% max) will result in a 3 point reduction from the paper score of 12 points. You will have the opportunity to rework your paper and resubmit one for a new report generation. Please refer to Week 1 Announcement regarding Turnitin Originality Report for more details.

Instructions: Read the following document. Infosecurity Europe (attached file).

Instructions:
Read the following document. Infosecurity Europe (attached file).
Submission Instructions:
Using at least 500 words – summarize the article. (The author discusses six reasons why proper forensics protocols must be followed when collecting computer evidence – can you think of any other reasons?) You will be graded on Content/Subject Knowledge, Critical Thinking Skills, Organization of Ideas, and Writing Conventions.

Digital Forensics Tools There are now many digital forensics tools available unl

Digital Forensics Tools
There are now many digital forensics tools available unlike just a few years ago. This is incredible since there were only a few a brief time ago. This shows the importance of this issue, namely that digital forensics is an effective tool in this realm of law enforcement.
These tools allow digital forensics experts/investigators/analysts the ability to recover previously-deleted information from a wide range of devices. For example, there are digital forensics tools that recover deleted information on computer hard drives, disks, diskettes, CDs, DVDs and so on. There are also software tools that specialize in retrieving data from a wide range of mobile devices from iPhones and Android phones to PDAs.
As an example, let’s say that law enforcement has confiscated an iPhone fro ma perpetrator. They would like you to look on that phone and see if there is any incriminating data. So, you would select the appropriate forensics software (there are several). Then you would hook up a connector from that phone to your computer. You would then execute the forensics software tool. It will scan the data storage locations on the cellphone and then retrieve all data it can find, whether t is current data or previously-deleted data. Generally, most of these tools can retrieve most if not all the data stored on that phone, regardless whether it has been deleted by the user or not.
Week 3 Discussion
For this assignment, you must create an original post addressing the questions below, preferably prior on Wednesday.
Question:
Create an investigative toolkit. What tools would you have in your toolkit? Document the following:
* the features of each tool
* how much does each tool cost (if applicable)
* advantages/disadvantages

Instructions APA Format Assignment 3 As stated in the text, “Network Forensics i

Instructions
APA Format
Assignment 3
As stated in the text, “Network Forensics is the capture, recording, and analysis of network events in order to discover the source of security attacks…”
Research by finding an article or case study discussing network forensics.
Using at least 500 words – summarize the article you have chosen. You will be graded on Content/Subject Knowledge, Critical Thinking Skills, Organization of Ideas, and Writing Conventions.

Write a 10-page paper exploring a television director or producer of your choice

Write a 10-page paper exploring a television director or producer of your choice. 1. Explore how they reached the level of success they have achieved. 2. The other half of the pages should focus on some or (many) aspects of their show’s production process. For example, one part could focus on the script revision and approval process for a talk or variety show like SNL or The Tonight Show while another part of the paper might explore the different crew positions that are needed to produce a show of that caliber. 
At least 10 academic sources. 

Please read the classic Neural Nets paper (McCulloch & Pitts, 1943)and write a 7

Please read the classic Neural Nets paper (McCulloch & Pitts, 1943)and write a 700 word
summary and reaction paper in APA format, including citations to the paper and a “works cited”
section which must include at least the source paper. This is the paper which started both the
Connectionist and Scruffie movements in A. I., so please be sure to address its revolutionary
ideas.
Works Cited
McCulloch, W. S., & Pitts, W. H. (1943). A Logical Calculas of the Ideas Immanent in Nervous Activity.
Bulletin of Mathematical Biophysics, 5, 115-133.