The Critical Nature of Computer Forensics
The rapid evolution of computers has brought technical devices as an active weapon to criminals. Cybercriminals have enjoyed the pleasure of being able to combine a large array of complex technologies to be successful in their mission. Due to the complexity of the attack, investigating a crime in the cyber world has become increasingly difficult to do.
Computer forensics is used in different types of investigations like crime and civil investigation, corporate litigation, cybercrime etc. It plays a vital role in the investigation and prosecution of cybercriminals. It refers to a set of methodological procedures and techniques to identify, gather, preserve, extract, interpret, document, and present evidence from computing equipment so that the discovered evidence can be used during a legal and/or administrative proceeding in a court of law.
Evidence might be sought in a wide range of computer crime or misuse, including but not limited to theft of trade secrets, theft of or destruction of intellectual property, and fraud.
The Computer Forensics Fundamentals course is designed for anyone looking to enhance their skills and build a career in information security and computer forensics.
Learning Objectives of the C|FF Program
- Understanding the key issues plaguing the computer forensics
- Learn the trademark, copyright, and patents
- Master the incident handling and response process
- Master cyber-crime and computer forensics investigation methodology
- Understand the different types of digital evidence and digital evidence examination process
- Understand the different types of file systems and their comparison (based on limit and features)
- Learn to gather volatile and non-volatile information from Windows and network forensics analysis mechanism
- Understand stenography and its techniques
- Gain an understanding of the different types of log capturing, time synchronization, and log capturing tools
- Master the art of e-mail tracking and e-mail crime investigation
- Learn to write an investigation report
Module 01: Computer Forensics Fundamentals
Module 02: Incident Response and Forensics
Module 03: Digital Evidence
Module 04: Understanding Hard Disks and File Systems
Module 05: Windows Forensics
Module 06: Network Forensics and Investigating Network Traffic
Module 07: Steganography
Module 08: Analyzing Logs
Module 09: E-mail Crime and Computer Forensics
Module 10: Introduction to Writing Investigative Report
Post the completion of attending the complete official course, candidates will receive their Certificate of Attendance.