Advanced Drone Forensic AnalysisSKU: B2803
This three-day course will equip you with the practical skills and accreditation required to identify and extract sources of data available from drones and their associated mobile devices, in line with recognized best practice.
The course will teach investigators and forensic examiners workflows and best practices in the recovery and analysis of small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) – Drones. Delegates of the course will learn new skills in capturing data from the aircraft, it’s controller and mobile application in a none invasive or destructive process.
Combining leading research from Spyder Forensics and recognized international universities, this course will also accredit you with the skills necessary to forensically conduct extractions from all devices and perform analysis of flight data for use as intelligence or as evidence to support the conviction of illegal use.
CryptoCurrency InvestigatorSKU: B2804
Until fairly recently, cryptocurrencies were a concept very much confined to the realms of hackers, criminals, and other digital enthusiasts. Then, throughout 2016 – 2017, many ransomware cyber attack cases were publicized in the media, with CryptoCurrency becoming a buzzword surrounding the attention.
This only intensified with the value of Bitcoin reaching an all-time high in mid-December 2017 and suddenly, it seems that everyone is crypto-crazy.
No longer is the idea of virtual, digital money considered to be a hare-brained idea dreamed up by somebody on the internet. Whilst previously viewed across the investigative community as primarily as a tool for criminals, its mainstream use is far wider, and also claims many victims.
To effectively utilize investigative opportunities surrounding CyrptoCurrency, it is imperative that both cyber and non-cyber investigators have an understanding of the subject – it could be invaluable to the success of a case.
Focusing primarily on Bitcoin (the most widely used CryptoCurrency), this two-day course will give you a rounded understanding of how the currency is used, both legally and illegally.
Beginning with a basic view of how it is accessed, acquired and exchanged, you will then have the opportunity to interactively work with other students to create your own Bitcoin wallet and engage in small transactions. Our industry expert will guide you through the experience and will draw from real-world scenarios to illustrate the usage.
Combined, this will give you real-life experience and understandings of both tracing transactions through the blockchain and, importantly, learning how to draw accurate conclusions to potentially be used as intelligence or evidence.
DFA - Digital Forensics Advanced
This advanced three-day course will familiarize the student with the many artifacts left behind on a Windows NT platform. Operating systems analyzed include Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8/10.
This course focuses on the traditional artifacts associated with normal operating system functions and user interactions. Detailed discussions focusing on operating system processes will lead to analysis of the artifacts left behind after normal user / system interaction.
DFE - Digital Forensic Essentials
This entry-level two (2) day course provides a solid foundation of knowledge and skills for beginning forensics and eDiscovery practitioners.
DFFAD - Digital Forensics with FRED / Access Data FTK Boot CampSKU: B2110
Digital Forensics with FRED / Access Data FTK Boot Camp is a comprehensive, four-day course designed to provide the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct digital acquisitions and investigations using FTK Toolkit installed on a FRED workstation.
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DFF - Digital Forensics with FREDSKU: B2100
The Digital Forensics with FRED course is designed for Forensic Examiners, eDiscovery Specialists and First Responders. This one day training highlights all of the features of the FRED forensic workstation and provides a basic foundation needed to utilize the equipment to complete a forensic preview, triage or duplicate copy. The course also covers optimal configuration and installation locations for the most popular digital forensic software along with maintenance and troubleshooting for the FRED.
DFFEN - Digital Forensics with FRED and EnCaseSKU: B2710
Digital Forensics with FRED and EnCase is a 5-day version of our EnCase 8 course. This extended course offers the student a combination of the Digital Forensic Intermediate and EnCase forensics with version 8 and adds hands-on training with our popular FRED hardware platform.
This 5 day course will not only provide the attendee with an all around knowledge of EnCase, but also a foundation in the digital forensic topics covered. Students who attend the EnCase 8 class are also invited to attend the DFF class, typically offered on the Monday of the EnCase 8 training week, free of charge. Simply indicate on your registration form that you'd like to attend both. Attendance of both the 1 day DFF and EnCase 8 counts as 40 hours towards the training requirement for the EnCE examination.
DFI - Digital Forensics Intermediate
This intermediate-level three (3) day course provides students an understanding of the many artifacts left behind on Windows based systems and digital media. Operating systems analyzed include Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 / 8 / 10.
This course focuses on forensically interesting artifacts associated with normal operating system functions and user interactions.
EN8 - EnCase 8SKU: B2700
The EnCase 8 course offers the student a combination of the Digital Forensic Intermediate and EnCase forensics with version 8. This 4 day course will not only provide the attendee with an all around knowledge of EnCase, but also a foundation in the digital forensic topics covered. Students who attend the EnCase 8 class are also invited to attend the DFF class, typically offered on the Monday of the EnCase 8 training week, free of charge. Simply indicate on your registration form that you'd like to attend both. Attendance of both the 1 day DFF and EnCase 8 counts as 40 hours towards the training requirement for the EnCE examination.
You might also be interested in our 5-day course, Digital Forensics with FRED and EnCase.
NUIX FoundationsSKU: B2800
This instructor led three-day course trains examiners to us NUIX to create cases, process file data, and analyze evidence exhibits.
Windows 10 Advanced ForensicsSKU: B2802
The Advanced Windows 10 Forensic analysis class is an expert-level four-day training course, designed for examiners who are familiar with the principles of digital forensics and keen to expand their knowledge on advanced forensics using a host of third-party tools to improve their computer investigations.
The Advanced Windows 10 Forensic Analysis course will give participants unbiased knowledge and skills necessary to analyze artifacts left behind through system and user interaction, utilizing industry standard tools and open source applications to explore the evidence in greater depth by learning how applications function and store data in the file system.
Students will learn to use various applications and utilities to successfully identify, process, understand and document numerous Windows artifacts that are vitally important to forensic investigations. The participant will also gain knowledge on how to process Edge browser history, cookies, temp files InPrivate browsing challenges and analysis, BitLocker encryption, Windows Action Center (Notifications SQLite Database) and other Windows 10 specific artifacts. The course includes gaining an in depth look into jump Lists, Registry analysis and prefetch files and how they relate to forensic investigations and conclude with an in-depth look into OneDrive and synchronization processes between trusted devices.