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Digital Forensics Training Bootcamp

Clearly, there’s a growing demand for skilled, certified digital forensics professionals.

In 2021 alone, the FBI’s digital unit investigated $6.9 billion in cyber fraud in 2021—a 500% increase in just five years.

Digital forensics is the aspect of digital science that focuses on investigation and analysis methods to collect and preserve evidence from a computer system.

The whole process of collecting and preserving data ensures that the evidence can be presented in a court of law. Digital forensics comes in handy during investigations involving crimes related to technology.

The benefits of digital forensics to organizations are considerable.

Digital forensics efforts identify valuable information that cybersecurity experts can utilize to identify new technologies to counter those tactics that hackers and hijackers use. With the information gathered through these approaches, it becomes easier to keep hackers away from websites, devices, and networks.

Digital forensics can also help prevent viruses. Through digital forensics investigations, researchers have come to understand how viruses find their way to devices and networks. We know the channels hackers and hijackers employ, like sending corrupt emails, all thanks to this field.

The information gathered comes in handy when developing antivirus software. Developers of antivirus software can create their products with the findings in mind. They will know where to pay special attention to avoid malicious hackers.

Additionally, digital forensics can help organizations identify vulnerabilities in their IT system.
Attack entry points and vulnerabilities are not usually so evident. That makes it easy for malicious hackers to access data and information. With digital forensics, it is possible to compile information that cybersecurity experts can use to identify weak points in networks and systems.

Cybersecurity software can then focus on those specific areas of vulnerability.

A key to effective digital forensics investigations is using the right tools. The main types of digital forensics tools include disk/data capture tools, file viewing tools, network and database forensics tools, and specialized analysis tools for file, registry, web, Email, and mobile device analysis.

Today, it’s not unusual for digital security experts to combine digital forensics and incident response (DFIR), a cybersecurity field that merges digital forensics with incident response. DFIR aims to identify, investigate, and remediate cyberattacks. It helps reduce the scope of attacks and quickly return to normal operations.

DFIR involves using digital forensics techniques and tools to examine and analyze digital evidence to understand the scope of an event, and then applying incident response tools and techniques to detect, contain, and recover from attacks.

DFIR advantages to organizations are considerable and include quick incident response and consistent process.

Another major benefit of DFIR is proactive defense.

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.

Learning Objectives

  • 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

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