Cybercrime is at an all-time high. News of criminals stealing credit card data, committing identity theft and pilfering company secrets is commonplace. Fortune 500 companies are beginning to detail data breaches and hacks in their annual stockholders reports. The enemy is getting smarter, bolder, and their success rate is impressive. Are you up to the challenge of dealing with these crimes? For the first time, Aurenav Sweden is bringing Digital Forensics education to Scandinavia in association with CyberSecurity Institute, USA (CSI). Become an expert by being trained by experts!
Course Title: Digital Forensics Examiner
Who should attend: Anyone in an IT related field that is responsible for investigating and/or documenting cyber security incidents
Continuing Education Credits: 4*
College Credits: 5*
Certification Name: Digital Forensics Examiner
Course Language: English
Dunn and Bradstreet Customer Satisfaction Survey Overall Rating: 97 out of a possible 100
Dates: 19th to 23rd March 2012
Duration: 5 days (09:00 - 17:30) with optional evening review and study sessions included at no additional cost (19:00 - 21:00)
Location: Stockholm, Sweden (Farsta Strand)
Instructor: Steve Hailey
Course Software: AccessData Forensics Toolkit (FTK) [provided on the first day of the course]
It is highly recommended that students have several years experience in information technology and trouble- shooting Windows based systems. Experience as a System Administrator, Network Administrator, PC Repair Technician, etc., is desirable. At the very least, students should possess the A+ certification or have equivalent experience.
The Digital Forensics Examiner course teaches students how to use forensic tools and how to authenticate the results from the tools. The focus of the Digital Forensics Examiner is not simply exposure to a variety of forensic analysis tools, simply for the sake of it. There are several primary tools used in the digital forensic industry, all of which provide essentially the same information and work the same way. CSI focuses on teaching students how to use a limited set of those tools with an emphasis on one and how to authenticate that the results are accurate for presentation in a legal process or administrative action. With this knowledge, the student can use any forensic tool available to them.
Due to the small class size (Digital Forensics Examiner classes will never exceed 30 students) the instructor and instructor's assistant are able to address specific questions that the students have about what they are learning - time is allowed for this. As well, students are encouraged to ask questions about matters specific to their work environment, and how to handle specific type of situations that the students have questions or concerns about. CSI staff also make themselves available to students in the evening after class has completed for the day.
All students receive example forensic analysis reports, affidavits and declarations from real cases... As well, CSI's attitude towards the students is: once a CSI student, always a student - students can contact CSI at any time for additional help or questions concerning actual cases they are working on. All students receive a set of videos that take them through the same processes used in class. These videos are often used as refresher material long after the class has been completed. When new videos are created or updated by CSI, they are made available to all past students. As well, if a student has a specific question about a process or procedure that cannot be easily answered, a CSI forensic expert will make a custom video for the student and provide it to them.
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