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CIS 417 WEEK 10 TERM PAPER

CIS 417 WEEK 10 TERM PAPER

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CIS 417 WEEK 10 TERM PAPER – INVESTIGATING DATA THEFT

Suppose a large aerospace engineering firm has immediately hired you as a consultant to investigate a

potential violation of corporate policy and data theft. You have been informed that an employee may have

been using corporate email to send confidential corporate information to one or more personal email

accounts, which may or may not belong to him. You have been told that this action has been happening

each business day for the last 13 days and the employee is unaware of any suspicion.

Write an eight to ten (8-10) page paper in which you:

1. Explain, in detail, the initial actions you would take based on the provided information including

formal plans to preserve the crime scene(s) and eventual transportation of evidence to a lab.

2. Analyze the physical and logical places where you would look for potential evidence on the

suspect’s computer(s) and / or network servers.

3. Describe, in detail, how you proceed with the email investigation, including the review of email

headers and tracing.

4. Describe the processes that would be utilized in order to recover data that may have been

deleted from the suspect’s computer(s).

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