Digital Forensics Training Bootcamp
Digital forensics is the modern day version of forensic science and deals with the recovery and investigation of material found in digital devices.
Also known as computer forensics, digital forensics pioneers in the 1970s and 1980s were people who worked at police or federal law enforcement agencies and who happened to also be computer hobbyists.
One of the first areas that came to the attention of law enforcement was data storage, as investigators had long worked to seize, retain and analyze documentation from suspects. In 1984, the FBI launched the Magnet Media Program to focus on these digital records, the first official digital forensics program at a law enforcement agency.
Today, more than ever, computers are used for committing crime, and, thanks to the burgeoning science of digital evidence forensics, law enforcement now uses computers to fight crime.
Digital evidence is information stored or transmitted in binary form that may be relied on in court. It can be found on a computer hard drive, a mobile phone, among other places.
Digital evidence is commonly associated with electronic crime, or e-crime, such as child pornography or credit card fraud. However, digital evidence is now used to prosecute all types of crimes, not just e-crime.
According to the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), suspects’ email or mobile phone files might contain critical evidence regarding their intent, their whereabouts at the time of a crime and their relationship with other suspects.
While originally begun to help law enforcement agencies catch criminals, digital forensics is now a common approach to help organizations recover important data.
The truth is, the digital world has made it easier to commit cybercrimes. And, the likelihood of your company having to conduct a digital investigation is much higher than you might think.
Organizations that lose valuable digital information may also seek the skilled assistance of digital forensics professional to recover lost data from a hard drive that’s been erased.
A digital forensics professional can trace a hack to its source, uncover valuable evidence that provides information about the culprit, and work in tandem with law enforcement to identify the crimes that have been committed.
Needless to say, these people are invaluable to a digital investigation that requires a more in-depth view of enterprise-level technological information.
Digital Forensics Training Bootcamp Course by Tonex
Digital Forensic Training Bootcamp is a 2-day fundamental training course is designed to train Digital Forensics Examiner, Analysts, Cyber Crime and Fraud Investigators whereby students are taught electronic discovery and advanced digital forensic techniques. This course is essential to anyone encountering digital forensic and evidence while conducting an investigation.
This 2-day course is delivered via: classroom, or live online.
The Digital Forensics Training Bootcamp covers a wide range of topics including:
- Fundamentals of digital forensics
- Forensic techniques, technologies, tools of the trade
- Electronic discovery and digital evidence
- Forensic examination
- Fundamentals of conducting an effective forensic examination across variety of digital domains
The course also covers theory of digital technologies, forensic procedures,digital forensic identification, computers, hard drives, SoC, FPGA, ASIC, solid state, sensors, imaging, voice, SMS, embedded systems, operation systems, web, mobile, digital networks, vehicle’s Infotainment systems, CAN bus, ECUs, ARINC buses, MIL-1553 bus and more.
Who Should Attend?
Digital Forensics Training Bootcamp will benefit individuals, law enforcement agencies, government offices, military personnel, border control, organizations or anyone else interested in digital forensic fundamentals and related technologies.
- Identify structures, and recover evidence from digital systems system
- Identify structures, and recover evidence from mobile and Infotainment systems
- Identify structures, and recover evidence from computers and file systems
- Identify structures encompassing the Windows, MacOS, Linux, Andrios, Apple iOS processes
- Analyze, collect, process, preserve, analyze, and present digital-related evidence in support of systems and network vulnerability mitigation and/or criminal, fraud, counterintelligence, or law enforcement investigations.
- Analyze and recover digital evidence from web applications and social media
- Analyze and recover digital evidence from the embedded systems, SoC, FPGA, ASIC, and solid state
- Analyze and recover digital evidence from traditional cars, semi-autonomous and autonomous cars
- Decrypt and examine digital data collections and digital media on multiple digital systems and platforms
Digital Forensics Training Bootcamp