ITP-445

Macintosh, OSX, and iOS Forensics

COURSE INFO

Times Offered Syllabus
Not Offered in Spring 2017 No Syllabus Found
Prerequisites Technologies Studied
(These Courses must be Completed)
ITP-375
Digital Forensics. Digital Evidence. Apple. Mac. Macintosh. OSX. iOS. iPhone. iPad.
Course Description
Once found only in classrooms and family rooms, Apple Inc. has seen significant growth with the launch of the iPhone and iPad. As these mobile devices make their way into corporate offices across the globe they bring Apple OS X hardware with them. With 15% market share, Apple hardware and software is becoming a more frequent target of corporate, family, and law enforcement forensic investigations.



- offered every other fall -
Why Students Take ITP-445
“Apple Becomes World's Number One Smartphone Vendor in Q2 2011” (businesswire.com)



“Apple has seen its PC market share expand from 9 percent to 15 percent in just four quarters… HP and Apple will fight for top position in Q4 2011.” (Tim Coulling, Canalys Analysis)




Upon completing this course, students will:
- Understand the fundamentals of computer forensics for OS X and iOS systems
- Understand the relationship between IT and forensics
- Learn best practices for incident response of Apple hardware, software, and mobile devices including methods of acquisition
- Be able to use the latest forensic tools to conduct OSX and iOS investigations
Course is Part of...
Computer and Digital Forensics (MINOR)
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