Final Project
This is an individual project or max, two team project in which you will conduct research on computer/digital forensics to learn more about associated underpinnings.
The research you select should cover a forensics topic discussed or presented in the course. The topic you select is entirely up to you. I have included 6 examples below.  You can select one of these (first come/first serve) or submit your own.
Post in the Discussion Forum your Forensics Project. No Duplicate Forensics Project allowed.
Post your Forensics Project Name in the Discussion Forum with the names of your team-mates by Tuesday, October 6th.
The deliverable is (1) a report (PowerPoint) submitted to me in Blackboard (Final Project dropbox on Week 12 & Discussion Board thread) by Nov 10, and (2) a ten minute presentation in class on deliverable including any demo in Nov 10. The report should include:
– Project Description
– Project Goal/Objectives
– Details of Work Performed
– Outcomes
– Conclusion
Grading Rubric – 25 Points towards Final Grade:
– 15    points for Complexity of Project (High = 3, Medium = 2, Low = 1)
– 5    points for Report
– 5    points for Presentation

(10) Image File Tampering
Create an image file tampering using either a FaceSwap app, Photo Editing application to change the image file. Compare the hash, EXIF (Exchangeable Image File) metadata of all the files you have tampered from the original.
The project requires a brief paper and a power point document. 
Paper needs to be no more than 2 pages.

Need both assignments by 4pm Eastern. 11/17
Paying $30 for both.CY640 – Cyber Crime Investigation and Digital Forensics
Final Project

Grading Rubric:
15 Points towards Final Grade:
– 3    points for Complexity of Project (High = 3, Medium = 2, Low = 1)
– 6    points for Report
– 6    points for Presentation

Rubric for Report

Excellent (4 Points)

Very Good (2 Points)

(1 Point)

Project Description accurate and detailed.

Project Goals/Objectives clearly stated.

Details of Work Performed well articulated.

Outcomes well documented.

Conclusion is well-grounded based on work performed and project goals/objectives.

20 Point Maximum
0 – 10 = Fair = 2
11 – 15 = Very Good = 4
16 – 20 = Excellent = 6

Rubric for Presentation

Excellent (4 Points)

Very Good
(2 Points)

(1 Point)

Prepared for Presentation

Presented material in an interesting way and engaged class

Used visual aids effectively

Made eye contact with audience, spoke loudly enough, slow and clearly

Responded to questions accurately

20 Point Maximum
0 – 10 = Fair = 2
11 – 15 = Very Good = 4
16 – 20 = Excellent = 6

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