Categories: Cyber Security
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Schedule: MON – FRI 4 hours (Time: 9 AM to 1 PM & 2 PM to 6 PM ) |SAT/SUN 8 hours (9 AM to 6 PM)

What Will You Learn?

  • 1. **Introduction to Digital Forensics**: Understanding the principles, methodologies, and legal aspects of digital forensics investigations.
  • 2. **Computer and Network Fundamentals**: Learning the basics of computer systems, networks, and operating systems to understand how digital evidence is generated and stored.
  • 3. **Evidence Acquisition and Preservation**: Techniques for acquiring and preserving digital evidence from various sources, including computers, mobile devices, and network traffic.
  • 4. **Forensic Imaging**: Creating forensic images of storage devices to preserve evidence integrity and ensure admissibility in court.
  • 5. **File System Analysis**: Understanding file systems and data structures to recover and analyze deleted, hidden, or encrypted files.
  • 6. **Memory Forensics**: Analyzing volatile memory (RAM) to extract information about running processes, network connections, and system activities.
  • 7. **Network Forensics**: Investigating network traffic logs, packets, and communication protocols to identify and trace malicious activities.
  • 8. **Malware Analysis**: Analyzing malware samples to understand their behavior, functionality, and impact on compromised systems.
  • 9. **Forensic Tools and Techniques**: Hands-on experience with a variety of forensic tools and software for evidence collection, analysis, and reporting.
  • 10. **Incident Response and Chain of Custody**: Developing incident response procedures and maintaining the chain of custody to ensure the integrity and admissibility of digital evidence in court.
  • 11. **Legal and Ethical Considerations**: Understanding the legal and ethical implications of digital forensics investigations, including privacy rights, chain of custody requirements, and rules of evidence.
  • 12. **Case Studies and Practical Exercises**: Applying forensic techniques to real-world scenarios and conducting mock investigations to reinforce learning and practical skills.

Course Modules

Module 1

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