What is Digital Forensics?
“Digital forensics is the process of uncovering and interpreting electronic data. The goal of the process is to preserve any evidence in its most original form while performing a structured investigation by collecting, identifying and validating the digital information for the purpose of reconstructing past events.” — Techopedia
What to expect out of this Course?
This is a Beginner Level Course in Digital Forensics. It gives a fresher the necessary boost and knowledge to get started with his/her career in Cyber Forensic Investigation. This preliminary course also serves as a pre-requisite for my Intermediate-Level course on Digital Forensics.
In this course, you should expect to understand cyber frauds, modes of prevention, digital forensic process flow. some basics of Linux, using Linux as a forensic workstation etc. See the right column for more details.
Course Duration & Delivery Mode
Duration: 1 - 2 hrs / Day; 4 - 5 Working Days
Delivery Mode: Online (via Skype or Google Hangouts)
Other Deliverables: Access to E-Learning Library.
For Indians: ₹ 4000
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Bank Name: Andhra Bank.
Acc number: 298410100000803
IFSC code: ANDB0002984
Name: Animesh Shaw
Account type: Savings
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Module I: Basics of Digital Forensics
a. What is Digital Forensics?
b. Evolution of Computer Forensics
c. Objectives and Benefits of Computer Forensics
d. What is Cyber Crime investigation?
e. How Digital Forensic Investigation Works?
f. Different Notions in Forensics.
Module II: Introduction to Linux and Windows Fundamentals
a. Basics of Linux Operating System.
b. What is a Digital Evidence?.
c. Understanding Forensic Imaging.
d. Understanding File Systems.
e. Linux as a Forensic Workstation.
f. Windows Forensic Artifacts.
g. Forensic Imaging Demo.
Module III: Overview of Network Forensics
a. Networking Basics.
b. Networking Tools on Windows and Linux
c. Forensic elements in Computer Networks.
d. Tools Demo Wireshark, Nmap, tracert etc.
Module IV: Applying What You Learned
a. Solving a Case.