- What are the differences between file viruses, boot viruses, macro viruses, and network viruses?
- Describe the true threat posed by viruses and virus hoaxes and their effects on computers and productivity.
- Explain the intent and fundamental concepts of search and seizure law as it applies to digital crime.
2. Identify and explain situations where search and seizure is possible without a warrant. Please describe the limitations.
- Identify and explain the factors that have limited local law enforcement efforts against digital crime.
2. Explain and describe the best practices for collection, preservation, transportation, and storage of electronic evidence.
3. What is the importance of chain of custody as it relates to computer crime?
- What is the importance of a forensic analysis?
- Define the following terms and describe how they relate to information security: integrity, authenticity, confidentiality, and availability.
- Identify and explain the eight general forecasts that experts believe are likely to occur in the area of computer crime.
Good Design”: Modernist hegemony in the USA and Britain
Choose one of the course themes below. Write a review of two of the recommended texts, plus one other of your choice relevant to the theme (which can be from the course reading or any other published source). Where a book is given as the recommended text, you should choose the most relevant chapter(s). The review will take the form of an essay .
Hayward, Stephen. “‘Good design is largely a matter of common sense’: Questioning the Meaning and Ownership of a Twentieth-Century Orthodoxy.” journal of Design History 11, no. 3 (1998): 217-233.
Woodham, Jonathan M. “Managing British design reform I: fresh perspectives on the early years of the Council of Industrial Design.” Journal of Design History (1996): 55-65.
Woodham, Jonathan M. “Managing British Design Reform II: The Film Deadly Lampshade—An Ill-Fated Episode in the Politics of ‘Good Taste’.” Journal of Design History 9, no. 2 (1996): 101-115.
Woodham, Jonathan. “Design and everyday life at the Britain can make it exhibition, 1946:‘stripes, spots, white wood and homespun versus chintzy armchairs and iron bedsteads with brass knobs’.” The Journal of Architecture 9, no. 4 (2004): 463-476.
McDonald, Gay. “The “Advance” of American Postwar Design in Europe: MoMA and the Design for Use, USA Exhibition 1951–1953.” Design Issues 24, no. 2 (2008): 15-27.