Digital Forensics Training Bootcamp
Digital forensics is the practice of collecting, analyzing and reporting on digital data in a way that is legally admissible. It can be used in the detection and prevention of crime and in any dispute where evidence is stored digitally.
For any computer forensics professional, it is imperative to learn about as many forensics techniques as possible. This not only maximizes your chances of dealing with a wide range of situations, but also allows for solutions to surface more quickly. In short, you are much less likely to get stuck on a problem if you equip yourself with the knowledge of multiple forensics techniques.
It used to be, digital forensics focused on the gathering of information in local drives or devices. That is no longer the case with the expansion of new technologies and architectures. Subsequently the role of digital forensic investigator has taken on new responsibilities and challenges.
Take cloud computing. Even though it has been around for a while now, it’s still somewhat of an enigma for digital forensic professionals. On the one hand, evidence left by criminals is potentially harder to destroy because it could be synchronized in multiple places – this makes the collection of artifacts and their analysis more likely.
On the other hand, cloud computing makes a digital forensics investigation more difficult. This is due to cloud platforms reducing and sometimes even eliminating altogether the ability of a digital investigator to have physical control over the data and its location.
Also, the legal community is still trying to figure out how to deal with the borderless data aspects of cloud computing. The lack of standard interfaces and the problem of interacting with multiple ownership rights and jurisdiction make the investigation of attacks in a cloud environment complicated.
This “border issue” is also a hindrance in investigating cyberattacks that often originate in other countries, sometimes even backed by a foreign government. As a result, anyone pursuing a career in digital forensics should be adept at law and criminal justice in addition to computer science, networking and data mining.
Digital forensic experts also must take care not to compromise digital forensic evidence. Digital evidence has similar issues as physical evidence — it can get contaminated. In most situations, a forensic investigator will “image” the data so that they can use that image for analysis rather than the original media.
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