Here are videos for Class 6 and the Certification.
Here is the Class 5 video, and the Certification.
Here is the online portion for Class 4, and the certification. As with the readings, these videos provide a bit of “technical” background that will play into our discussion of cybersecurity compliance models next week.
Here is the video for Lecture 3, and the attendance certification.
Here is the lecture for class 2 and Certificate of Attendance.
Here is the lecture video for Class 1 and the Attendance Certification. You should start the video at the 12:45 mark. (You can watch the first 12 minutes, which talks about legal process, if you want to, but we will cover that material better and in more depth later in the semester.) I do not expect you to remember the details of how to use the tools described in this video. I want you to understand the best practices for conduct of a digital forensic investigation, the kinds of sources typically examined, and the types of tools often used.
This is the homepage for Professor David Opderbeck’s Cybersecurity Investigation, Evidence and Compliance course at Seton Hall University Law School. This course is a 1-credit module in a four module sequence of classes that comprise a flexible, comprehensive offering in the area of cybersecurity law and policy.