October 17, 2017

Digital Forensic Students Learn Video Forensics

Digital Forensics

This semester the Digital Forensic students are learning video forensics. Keith Swanson, a Forensic Examiner for the Rocky Mountain Information Network, has been sharing his vast wealth of knowledge on video forensics with our students. The class is a perfect fit for our University because we have many other degrees that produce high quality video.

Audio and video forensics provide a “real-time ” account of a crime. Video and audio evidence is becoming one of the most prevalent forms of forensic evidence used in both civil and criminal cases. Just look how quickly cell phone video gets posted to the Internet. As the demand for this type of professional grows, UAT hopes to be able to provide corporations and agencies with students well-versed in the analysis of video.

Students are learning not only about video basics and forensics analysis, they are also required to present their analysis during a Moot Court Practical exercise.

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