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A comparative study of teaching forensics at a university degree level

By Maximillian Dornseif, Felix Freiling, Thorsten Holz, Alastair Irons, Philip Anderson, Christopher Laing and Martin Mink

Abstract

Computer forensics is a relatively young University discipline which has developed strongly in the United States and the United Kingdom but is still in its infancy in continental Europe. The national programmes and courses offered therefore differ in many ways. We report on two recently established degree programmes from two European countries: Great Britain and Germany. We present and compare the design of both programmes and conclude that they cover two complementary and orthogonal aspects of computer forensics education: (a) rigorous practical skills and (b) competence for fundamental research discoveries

Topics: X300
Year: 2006
OAI identifier: oai:nrl.northumbria.ac.uk:12092
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