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Digital Forensics Tools and Techniques

COURSE TYPE

Advanced

Course Number

2055

Duration

5 Days

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About This Course: This course provides a strong foundational introduction to Digital Forensics on Microsoft Windows-based systems. Attendees work in both a Windows and Linux environment for their investigative workstations and are exposed to theory and practical skills for an entry-level forensic examiner (acquisition, analysis and reporting), with introductory exposure to advanced topics (live system and mobile forensics).

You Will Learn How To

  • Perform the essential duties of a Forensic Examiner
  • Prepare for and execute digital forensic investigations on Windows-based systems
  • Apply forensic methodologies to preserve, acquire, extract and analyze information of investigative importance
  • Identify and analyze key Windows artifacts of investigative importance

Course Outline

  • What is Digital Forensics?

Defining digital forensics

  • Articulating the importance of Locard's Principle
  • Contextualizing digital forensics within incident response

Explaining the role of digital forensics in investigations

  • Criminal, civil and intelligence/anti-terrorism investigations
  • Applying the scientific method to investigations

Articulating the role of a digital forensic examiner

  • Maintaining objectivity within investigations
  • Ensuring confidentiality and integrity
  • Evaluating the Legal Landscape

Exploring legal considerations of digital forensics

  • Respecting privacy rights and expectations
  • Addressing and reporting illegal information

Defining and applying privacy principles

  • Outlining the twelve privacy principles
  • Addressing the duty to preserve in eDiscovery
  • Computing Fundamentals, Memory and Storage

Examining the core operational principles of a computer

  • Inspecting hard drive storage and architecture
  • Reviewing the operations of computer memory

Identifying multiple locations of digital evidence within a computer system

  • Investigating alternate data streams
  • Uncovering hidden data with Steganography
  • Configuring the Forensics Lab and Workstation

Determining lab requirements

  • Key components of a digital forensics lab
  • Conducting tool validation

Preparing and configuring a forensic workstation

  • Demonstrating appropriate use of a hardware write-blocker
  • Exploring key features of commercial and open source forensic software (e.g., EnCase, FTK, DD)

Image acquisition

  • Creating bit-for-bit copies of digital evidence
  • Mounting and searching images
  • Handling and Collecting Evidence

Documenting the physical and digital crime scene

  • Conducting crime scene photography
  • Executing triage techniques and methodologies

Managing the chain of custody

  • Bagging and tagging physical evidence
  • Documenting and demonstrating evidence continuity
  • Analyzing and Investigating Evidence

Identifying key Windows artifacts

  • Recovering and searching the Windows registry
  • Hibernation files, event logs, prefetch, shellbag and lnk files
  • Password hash extraction and cracking

Performing keyword searching, bookmarking and timeline analysis

  • Developing strategies for effective keyword searching
  • Reconstructing the order of events with timeline analysis

Conducting e-mail, web browser and USB investigations

  • Extracting and recovering deleted data from slack space
  • Tracking user activity and addressing Trojan Defense
  • Performing Mobile Forensics

Safely handling mobile devices during investigations

  • Examining the use of Faraday bags
  • Demonstrating the use of mobile cables and write-blockers

Preserving and acquiring evidence from mobile devices

  • Investigating evidence located within the address book, calendar, mail, apps and SMS
  • Recovering data from SIM cards
  • Conducting Live Memory Forensics

Performing live memory acquisitions

  • Demonstrating the investigative value of live memory analysis on running systems
  • Utilizing open-source tools to capture and extract live memory

Analyzing memory dumps for investigative information

  • Determining running processes, active network connections and recent commands
  • Identifying hidden processes and Malware
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Tuition

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$3190

Government

$2833

Course Tuition Includes:

After-Course Instructor Coaching
When you return to work, you are entitled to schedule a free coaching session with your instructor for help and guidance as you apply your new skills.

Free Course Exam
You can take your course exam on the last day of your course and receive a Certificate of Achievement with the designation "Awarded with Distinction."

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Training Hours

Standard Course Hours: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
*Informal discussion with instructor about your projects or areas of special interest: 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm


FREE Online Course Exam (if applicable) – Last Day: 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
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