Digital Forensic Report

Students should demonstrate their ability to review and critique the digital forensic hackathons hosted in recent years and their write-ups. Understanding these digital forensic tasks and their technical solutions will significantly help students deepen the understanding of the industry’s standard practice and general expectations of forensic abilities in the job market. Hackathon experiences and achievements have been valuable in the cybersecurity industry. Students will identify, investigate, and evaluate six forensic hackathon tasks and the associated write-ups. Students will be assessed on their ability to identify the appropriate tasks and write-ups, reproduce the technical solutions, justify the technical findings, reflect on the learning experiences, and present a professionally written
• a professionally made title page with student name and student ID
• an abstract of 200 words capturing the highlights of the findings
• a non-technical section summarizing the six identified hackathon tasks and brief descriptions of their
write-ups along with justifications of their digital forensic relevance
• a non-technical section critiquing the issues of the existing write-ups of each hackathon task in multiple
• a technical section reproducing the solutions of the six hackathon tasks by using proper digital forensic
tools with supporting evidence (screenshots)
• a non-technical section reflecting personal learning experiences towards solving these tasks and aligning
these to our curriculum
• conclusion (around 150 words)
• reference (Harvard style)