To effectively teach the principles of computer forensics professors must combine lectures and practical applications of digital investigation techniques into a structure that enables students to comprehend the material quickly. With the EnCase Academic Program, universities and colleges get the tools they need to create a dynamic learning environment at a price anyone can afford.
The EnCase Academic Program enables universities to offer every student hands-on experience with EnCase® Forensic as they complete their studies in IT security and computer forensics.
As students learn the theories around forensically sound acquisition, evidence examination, and data carving, they can put these theories into practice by examining evidence with EnCase Forensic. In addition, professors can structure their lessons around simulated investigations, increasing the interaction of their students with the content of the Academic Program.
For the student, gaining experience with EnCase Forensic in the course of their education can be invaluable in their pursuit of a computer forensics career. Many organizations use EnCase as their computer forensic investigation software, thus, a student graduating with experience using EnCase Forensic in digital forensic investigations will have a competitive advantage over others entering the job market.
Ultimately, the practical application universities can offer with the EnCase Academic Program will prepare students for a successful career in computer forensics.