CJUS 542 Test 1

CJUS 542 Test 1 Liberty University

  1. Which Pacific Northwest agency meets to discuss problems that digital forensics examiners encounter?
  2. Briefly describe the main characteristics of private-sector investigations.
  3. What is the maximum amount of time computing components are designed to last in normal business operations?
  4. What type of plan specifies how to rebuild a forensic workstation after it has been severely contaminated by a virus from a drive you’re analyzing?
  5. During the Cold War, defense contractors were required to shield sensitive computing systems and prevent electronic eavesdropping of any computer emissions. What did the U.S. Department of Defense call this special computer-emission shielding?
  6. A good working practice is to use less powerful workstations for mundane tasks and multipurpose workstations for the higher-end analysis tasks.
  7. How frequently should floors and carpets in the computer forensic lab be cleaned to help minimize dust that can cause static electricity?
  8. What organization was created by police officers in order to formalize credentials for digital investigators?
  9. What peripheral devices should be stocked in your computer forensics lab?
  10. Acquisitions of RAID drives can be challenging and frustrating for digital forensics examiners because of how RAID systems are designed, configured, and sized.
  11. Under what circumstances are digital records considered admissible?
  12. By what percentage can lossless compression reduce image file size?
  13. In addition to environmental issues, what issues are the investigator’s primary concerns when working at the scene to gather information about an incident or a crime?
  14. Which type of kit should include all the tools the investigator can afford to take to the field?
  15. The definition of digital forensics has evolved over the years from simply involving securing and analyzing digital information stored on a computer for use as evidence in civil, criminal, or administrative cases.
  16. Which agency introduced training on software for forensics investigations by the early 1990s?
  17. What is the most common and flexible data-acquisition method?
  18. At what location does the forensics investigator conduct investigations, store evidence, and do most of his or her work?
  19. When an investigator finds a mix of information, judges often issue a limiting phrase to the warrant, which allows the police to present all evidence together.
  20. To be a successful computer forensics investigator, you must be familiar with more than one computing platform.
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