Provide at least one example of how being familiar with and following digital forensic best practices, AND criminal justice stan

grading ruberiuc for requirement
Rubric Name: 3.125 = 25 Point A-F Participation Rubric (2162C)
Criteria Equivalent to an A Equivalent to an B Equivalent to an C Equivalent to an D or F
Overall quality of critical thinking Value: 1.125 points 1.125 points
The primary responses and follow-up comments are very perceptive, demonstrating full understanding of the topic and related concepts. The student clearly demonstrates superior critical thinking using analysis, assessment, application, etc. The student respectfully challenges the responses/opinions of others and/or defends the positions taken by other students.

Points available: 1.02 – 1.125

1.01 points
The primary response is quite insightful, considering issues and elements beyond the fundamental question. Some effort on the part of the student to analyze/assess the question is obvious. The underlying rational for the response is presented

Points available: 0.97 – 1.01

0.96 points
The primary response is a logical, thoughtful answer, indicating that the student understood the question and provided a sensible and related response

Points available: 0.79 – 0.96

0.78 points
The student failed to answer this question.

The primary response is not responsive to the question and/or the response does not provide a logical, thoughtful answer

Points available for a D: 0.675 – 0.78

Points available for a F: 0 – 0.67

Quantity and timeliness of responses and comments Value: 1.0 points 1 point
The student is present in the Discussions soon after the question is available and participates throughout the Discussion period.

Points available: 1.0 – 0.9

0.89 points
The student submits more that the minimum required number of responses and comments and enters submissions early in the Participation period

Points available: 0.8 – 0.89

0.79 points
The student provided a primary response to each question and the required number of comments on the responses/comments submitted by fellow students. Submissions met the time set by the instructor.

Points available: 0.7 – 0.79

0.69 points
The student did not provide a primary response to each question; or the student failed to submit the required number of comments on the responses/comments submitted by fellow students.

The student’s responses/comments were not posted within the time frame set by the instructor.

Points available for a D: 0.6 – .0.69

Points available for a F: 0 – 0.59

Evidence of research Value: 1.0 points 1 point
The student’s response and comments are supported by relevant outside resources (appropriately cited) when it is not required, or beyond the requirement set by the instructor.

Points available: 1.0 – 0.9

0.89 points
Research is obvious in the response.

Any requirement for outside supportive resources is surpassed with appropriately cited materials

Points available: 0.80 – 0.89

0.79 points
The student met the research requirement (outside supportive sources) set by the instructor.

Points available: 0.7 – 0.79

0.69 points
The student did not meet the research requirement (outside supportive sources) set by the instructor.

NOTE: If no supportive resources were required, these points should be added to the Overall Quality category above.

Points available for a D: 0.60 – 0.69

Points available for a F: 0 – 0.59

Overall Score A Level
2.82 or more B Level
2.57 or more C Level
2.19 or more D or F Level
0 or more

31 Jan 2017 18:56

https://cyber.harvard.edu/privacy/Module3_Intronew.html

31 Jan 2017 18:29

This is a Digital Forensics class.
-Why is this important to each of you, as non-criminal justice professionals? While conducting a forensic analysis of your organization’s computers systems or networks – whether you’re searching for evidence of hacking or employee misconduct, or in response to a request for discovery in a lawsuit, as just a few examples – you may come across information that could lead to a criminal prosecution. If you do not follow the same standards used by criminal justice professionals (e.g., making every effort to analyze a bit-by-bit forensic copy instead of the original evidence directly), any evidence you find could be rendered inadmissible in court. However, if you perform your duties as a forensic examiner with criminal justice standards in mind, not only will it increase the utility of the digital evidence in a criminal or civil court, but it should also provide more certainty in your own results. In all situations involving the potential misuse of digital information, you should maintain a sensitivity to the potential for commercial/corporate terrorism or threats to geopolitical security.

For this week’s discussion response, complete the explanation requested below. Please discuss thoroughly and substantively in your post. Additionally, respond in a thorough, substantive, intelligent way to at least one of your fellow classmates that adds to our discussion and learning of this week’s topic!

Provide at least one example of how being familiar with and following digital forensic best practices, AND criminal justice standards would benefit you, even if you worked in a non-criminal justice digital forensics position.

Readings to be completed before assignment post. Let me know if you can not access any of them that are needed.
Criminal Justice System Review: BJS Criminal Justice Flowchart and Overview

Professional Ethics in the Digital Forensics Discipline: Part 1 (http://www.forensicmag.com/articles/2014/03/professional-ethics-digital-forensics-discipline-part-1)

Scientific and Legal Requirements Reference Paper: Scientific and Legal Requirements for Scientific Evidence
Probable Cause and Reasonable Suspicion: http://www.policemag.com/channel/patrol/articles/2011/06/probable-cause-and-reasonable-suspicion.aspx

Introduction to Computer Forensics: https://forensiccontrol.com/resources/beginners-guide-computer-forensics/

Application for Search Warrant- https://www.rcfl.gov/heart-of-america/documents-forms/searchwarrant_residential_exploitation.doc

In Re: Application for Search Warrant: Cellular Phone/Computer- https://www.rcfl.gov/heart-of-america/documents-forms/searchwarrant_celluarphonechats.doc

Know Your Rights! (Private Sector Search and Seizure Parameters): https://www.eff.org/issues/know-your-rights

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