This Digital Forensics training course will teach you the essential duties of a Forensic Examiner and cover the tools and techniques needed to prepare for and execute digital forensic investigations.
In addition to gaining experience in both a Windows and Linux investigative workstation, this course provides you with the skills equal to an entry-level digital forensic examiner to acquire, analyze, and report information — with exposure to advanced topics, such as live system and mobile forensics.
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Defining digital forensics
Explaining the role of digital forensics in investigations
Articulating the role of a digital forensic examiner
Exploring legal considerations of digital forensics
Defining and applying privacy principles
Examining the core operational principles of a computer
Identifying multiple locations of digital evidence within a computer system
Determining lab requirements
Preparing and configuring a forensic workstation
Documenting the physical and digital crime scene
Managing the chain of custody
Identifying key Windows artifacts
Performing keyword searching, bookmarking and timeline analysis
Conducting e-mail, web browser and USB investigations
Safely handling mobile devices during investigations
Preserving and acquiring evidence from mobile devices
Performing live memory acquisitions
Analyzing memory dumps for investigative information
Digital forensics is often in relation to computer crime, and encompasses the recovery and investigation of material found in digital devices.
Yes! We know your busy work schedule may prevent you from getting to one of our classrooms which is why we offer convenient online training to meet your needs wherever you want. This course is available in class and live online.