Term Paper #3 is a paper comparing/contrasting computer forensics tools
Term Paper #3 is a paper comparing/contrasting computer forensics tools.
Develop at least three areas you can utilize to compare/contrast them (pricing, performance, availability, etc.) and then select your tools and develop your paper. You must compare/contrast at least five computer forensics tools.
Submit your Term Paper in a Word file for grading.
Specific Instructions for the Term Paper:
Include a title page for your own paper. This includes the "Running Head" in the page header, the title of your paper, and your name. If you don't know how to edit a header in Word, Google for instructions on how to edit a header in the version of Word you are using and follow the instructions. Also add the university and class info as well as the date authoring the paper.
Next you need a Table of contents page.
- Next you will start the paper. The 8-12 page starts counting from this page. All prior pages are pages for "metadata" information about the paper - and not part of the body of the paper.
- For each major section of the paper, you will need to add sub-headings. You may need as many subheading as needed, but each section must have a minimum of three sub-headings. Be sure to be descriptive in your sub-heading names, so that the content following the subheading is informative.
- More info on the body of the paper: Write the introductory paragraphs of your term paper (following the table of contents page) underneath the title of your paper. The introductory paragraphs should be at least one page long. These paragraphs should provide the reader with an overview of what you are covering. Your full 8-12 page term paper is due at the end of Week 8. In addition to the 8-12 pages of the paper itself, you must include a title page (abstract and table of contents pages) and a references page. Your title page must include the title of your paper, the date, the name of this course, your name, and your instructor's name, as well as the university info and the date paper was written.
- Your paper must be on the topic of this assignment in computer forensics. Remember to explain the types of software you would use to complete the case. You may use the cases noted in the book for guidance or may use one of your own.