Computer Hacking Forensic Investigation

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This 40-hour course presents a detailed methodological approach to computer forensics and evidence analysis. This will enable candidates to understand the often complex issues associated with investigating cyber-crimes, handling digital evidence, detection methods, and proof, in various digital forensic contexts, including computers, networks, and portable digital devices. Each module will build upon the knowledge gained from previous modules. This course will introduce cutting-edge technologies and methodologies, alongside fundamental building blocks, allowing candidates to simultaneously understand the theory and practical aspects of dealing with digital investigations.

Course Outline:

  • Understand the function and limitations of forensic investigations.
  • Understand the procedures used in conducting forensic investigations.
  • Guide first responders towards successful data acquisition and preservation.
  • Describe digital forensics and relate it to an investigative process.
  • Explain the legal issues of preparing for and performing digital forensic analysis. based on the investigator’s position and duty.
  • Be aware of (digital) evidence storage preparation and requirements.
  • Perform basic digital forensic investigations.
  • Demonstrate the use of digital forensics tools and their underlying principles.
  • Size and set up a digital forensic lab.
  • Conduct simple binary analysis on files with unknown and possible malicious functionality.
  • Recognize the state of the practice and the gaps in technology, policy, and legal issues.

Duration: 40 Hours

Mode of Delivery: Online Learning 

Who should attend? IT professionals involved with information system security, computer forensics, and incident response, IT Auditors, Cyber Security Analyst