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6th International Symposium on Human Aspects of Information Security and Assurance (HAISA 2012)
Title: An Evaluation of Linux Cybercrime Forensics Courses for European Law Enforcement
Author(s): Paul Stephens
Keywords: Police, Linux, Cybercrime, Forensics, Courses, Evaluation
Abstract: This paper outlines models for the process of course selection and the development process used for producing the Linux as an Investigative Tool and Forensic Scripting Using Bash courses. These modules were developed as part of the ISEC 2008 Project, titled: â€œDeveloping and disseminating an accredited international training programme for the futureâ€. The two courses are part of an MSc accredited by University College Dublin. The evaluations of the two courses are included showing that the models presented for the course selection and development processes seem to be extremely helpful.
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