Hands-on Project


Task 1: Hands-On Projects (10 Marks)

Complete following Hands-On Projects from the textbook (Nelson, Phillips, & Steuart 2015):
Hands-On Project 1-3 (2 marks)
Hands-On Project 1-5 (2 marks)
Deliverable:Insert C1Prj03 and C1Prj05 reports in your assignment document.

Complete following Hands-On Projects from the textbook (Nelson, Phillips, & Steuart 2015):
Hands-On Project 3-1 (2 marks)
Hands-On Project 3-2 (2 marks)
Hands-On Project 4-3 (2 marks)

Deliverable:Screenshots of all steps taken to complete the projects along with description of each step

Task 2: Case Project (5 Marks)

A bank has hired you to investigate employee fraud. The bank uses four 20TB servers on a LAN. You are permitted to talk to the network administrator, who is familiar with where the data is stored. What strategies should you use? Which acquisition method should you use?
Following aspects are the minimum requirements in this project:
• What tools listed in the text book are available?
• How do you plan to acquire the data? Why will you choose a certain acquisition method?
• What diplomatic strategies should you use with the network administrator?
• What privacy issues might be a concern with bank records (bank account numbers, customer names, etc.)?
• How do you plan to validate the data after acquiring it?

Deliverable:Write a 300-500 words report outlining the problems you expect to encounter, explaining how to rectify them, and describing your solution. Be sure to address any customer privacy issues.

Task 3: Research Project (5 Marks)

To continue your learning in digital forensics, you should research new tools and methods often. For this project, search for the user manuals for VirtualBox and ProDiscover. Write a guide on how to load a VHD file converted from a ProDiscover.eve image file into VirtualBox.

(Nelson, Phillips, & Steuart 2015)

Deliverable:A guide not more than 500 words.


This assessment task covers digital crime, forensic process and procedures, data acquisition and validation, e-evidence, e-discovery tools and equipment, operating systems and file systems. This assessment has been designed to ensure that you are engaging with the subject content on a regular basis. More specifically it seeks to assess your ability to:

  • determine the legal and ethical considerations for investigating and prosecuting digital crimes
  • formulate a digital forensics process
  • evaluate the technology in digital forensics to detect, prevent and recover from digital crimes
  • analyse data on storage media and various file systems
  • collect electronic evidence without compromising the original data;
  • evaluate the functions and features of digital forensics equipment, the environment and the tools for a digital forensics lab;
  • compose technical tactics in digital crimes and assess the steps involved in a digital forensics investigation;
  • prepare and defend reports on the results of an investigation

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