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CDFE: Certified Digital Forensics Examiner (Certification)
[ 5 days ]

COURSE OVERVIEW:
The Computer Forensics Training Boot Camp program is designed to train Cyber Crime Investigators. Students are taught electronic discovery and advanced investigation techniques. This course is essential to anyone encountering digital evidence while conducting investigations.
BENEFITS OF THIS COURSE:
This course will benefit government security agencies as well as organizations intent on pursuing any corrective action, litigation, or proof of guilt based on digital evidence.
Example: termination of an employee for a computer policy violation and using a digital artifact to support the allegation. The investigator must furnish irrefutable burden of proof from the digital artifact. Without properly complied proof, an attorney knowledgeable about Computer Forensics could have the case thrown out. Similarly, government or investigative agencies need to be able to successfully prosecute or defend cases such as terrorist activates, illegal pornography, acts of fraud, counterfeiting, and so forth.
Computer Forensics was developed by U.S. federal law enforcement agents during the mid to late 1980s to meet the challenges of white-collar crimes committed with the assistance of a PC. By 1985 enforcement agents were being trained in the automated environment and by 1989 software and protocols were beginning to emerge in the discipline.
UPON COMPLETION:
Computer Forensics Training Boot Camp graduates will obtain real world computer forensic knowledge that will help them recognize, seize, preserve and present digital evidence. Graduates will be able to confidently sit for the following professional computer forensic certification exams:
1. Certified Digital Forensics Examiner (CDFE)
2. The Certified Computer Examiner (CCE) ® certification.
3. The external Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (CFCE) certification.
COURSE OUTLINE:
Module 1 – Introduction to Computer Crime
This is an introduction to the field of computer forensics and the basis for gathering electronic digital artifacts. Students are introduced to the concepts, situations and personalities they may encounter while investigating a computer incident.
Origins of Computer Forensic science
Criminal and civil incidents
Types of computer fraud incidents
Internal and external threats
Investigative challenges
Module 2: Disk Storage Concepts
Having a clear understanding of how data is stored is having the upper hand during any investigation. Microsoft operating systems have a systematic way of storing data that is unknown to most end users. Here you will learn hard drive storage dynamics and understand “lost” data recovery methods.
Operating systems and file structures
Disk storage methodologies
OS procedures involving file & directory creation
Disk-based media file storage concepts
“Slack space” & the recovery of digital evidence
“File management” and “file format” concepts
Module 3: Computer Forensics
This is a detailed review of standard and advanced procedures and how you can effectively implement these procedures into your organization. This section covers the advanced procedures necessary to conduct an accurate and carefully documented computer forensic examination. Advanced methods of computer forensic protocols are implemented.
Application of scientific methods
Three major categories of digital evidence
Four cardinal rules of Computer Forensics
“ALPHA 5” system
Best practices - the twenty steps
Module 4: Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence
Students learn recovery methods of digital artifacts from various file structures and gain an overview of different operating systems and file structures encountered. Exercises detail what to look for, as well as the various techniques for retrieving the information in a forensically sound manner.
The digital acquisition process
Procedures used in digital duplication
Digital authentication types
Identifying types of digital evidence attacks
Digital evidence classification/comparison
Identify types of digital evidence clues
Identify aspects of a Computer Forensic behavioral analysis
Module 5: Specialized Examination Tools
Multiple software and hardware solutions are covered during this session. Students learn the numerous tools available to them in a vendor neutral environment. A clear understanding of what the tools do and how they work is presented in layman’s terms.
Forensic tools (hardware & software) available
Forensic Tool Kit
EnCase
WinHe
Module 6: Seizure Concepts
Proper seizure of digital media is the start of every computer investigation. Students learn the correct protocol relating to handling of evidence.
Digital incident situation assessment
Procedures necessary to secure digital evidence
Protocols required establishing a “chain of custody” and submitting items as “digital evidence”
Identification of equipment encountered during a digital incident situation
Module 7: Forensic Examination
Covers the advanced procedures necessary to conduct an accurate and carefully documented computer forensic examination. Advanced methods of computer forensic protocols are implemented, including physical evidence recovery.
“Pre-exam” analysis employment
Computer Forensic duplication types
Digital evidence processing methods
Digital data extraction techniques from nontraditional areas of digital media
Module 8: Advanced Artifact Recovery
A hands-on laboratory where students conduct an advanced forensic examination of digital media. The focus of this lesson is to utilize advanced automated tools for the recovery of digital artifacts that are unattainable by conventional methods. There are several practical exercises that challenge even the senior cyber crime investigator. Focus is placed on using the advanced tools and thinking “outside the box” to try to discover incriminating digital evidence on a live case file.
Module 9: Crypto and Password Recovery
Covers digital encryption file structures and password-protected data that an investigator may encounter while conducting and examining. Students are exposed to methods to decode and crack passwords that are used to protect potential evidence. They also learn techniques to gain access to encrypted files that may reside within the information.
Origins of cryptology and cryptography
Cryptography and cryptanalysis
Steganography and Alternate Data Streams
Types of encryption concepts
Principles of “diffusion” and “confusion”
Module 10: Specialized Digital Media Analysis and Recovery
Covers state of the art software where students are required to examine digital media in an attempt to recover data pertaining to a civil or criminal offence. Students will present their findings to the class during an evidence presentation exercise. Students will compete to see who completes the most thorough investigation. This exercise is very in-depth and competitive.
MAC times and image metadata
Windows Registry
System identifiers
Sources of unique identification within OS
Aspects of OS data files, to include Index.dat and AOL system files
“Recycle” folder and deleted files
Module 11: Cyber-terrorism and Internet Investigations
Students are exposed to possible threats to their infrastructure and learn to effectively combat cyber-terrorism. These are hands-on exercises where students learn how to identify digital Internet artifacts left by potential cyber-terrorists.
Definition of digital evidence
Concepts and protocols associated with digital evidence and “levels of proof”
Categories of digital evidence
Module 12: Electronic Discovery, Acquisition and Analysis Laboratory
Students acquire and analyze digital evidence using specialized forensic tools and will conduct a proper “seizure and search” for digital evidence. Proper authentication and analysis skills are taught using advanced forensic utilities and software tools.
Hands-on case file
Live/Indexed Keyword searching
Analysis and identification of relevant digital evidence
Quality assurance and documentation
Peer review process
Annual review procedures
Forensic lab deviation policy
Long term storage options
Lab items subject to the legal discovery process
Report compilation and presentation
Module 13: Documenting and Reporting Digital Evidence
Reviews and analyzes the methods used to document and report the results of a computer forensic examination. Students will present their finding and electronic discoveries in an exercise to demonstrate their abilities to create an effective presentation.
Module 14: Presentation of Digital Evidence
Students are introduced to aspects of presenting digital evidence in a courtroom environment. They are exposed to the specialized tools necessary to effectively create and present the results of a cyber crime investigation to an administrative body or court of law. Both civil and criminal incidents are covered during this lesson. This is the final exercise where students are faced with the challenge of presenting their findings in a low-tech format where non-technical personnel are able to decipher and understand the results. The students will physically present their findings in “layman’s terms,” which is critical during any investigation. Students will have mastered this critical skill by the end of this exercise.
“Best evidence” concept
“Hearsay” concept
“Authenticity” and “Alteration of Computer Records” concepts
“Layman’s analogies” available to the Computer Forensic practitioner
Admissibility of digital evidence in a court of law

*Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of our outlines as course information from our suppliers changes with each new revision. As a result this outline is subject to change without prior notice

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Course Fee:
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USD 400/- OR INR 18000/-

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India Course Dates, Venue & Timings:

Sl.No. State City Batch1-Date Batch1-Date Batch2-Date Batch2-Date Batch3-Date Batch3-Date Batch4-Date Batch4-Date Venue Contact
1 Andhra Pradesh Vijayawada 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 Vijayawada- Spectramind , DBS center Vijay
2 Andhra Pradesh Vizac/ Vishakhapatnam 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 Vizac- SpectraMind , Naga Chambers, Level 3 & 4, D/No. 12-1-16 Plot No. 49, Survey No 1051, Opposite HDFC bank, Waltair Main Road, Visakhapatanam, 530002 Vijay
3 Assam Guwahati 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 SPECTRAMIND Kaushik
4 Assam Dibrugarh 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 SPECTRAMIND Kaushik
5 Bihar Patna 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 DBS Center, Patna Jason
6 Calicut Kozhikode 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 SPECTRAMIND Kaushik
7 Chhattisgarh Raipur 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 DBS center ,Raipur Jason
8 Delhi Delhi 23-Jan’16 24-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 SPECTRAMIND,Paharpur Business Centre, 21, Nehru Place Greens, New Delhi - 110019 Rama Gopal :
9 Goa Goa 7-Dec’15 14-Dec’15 21-Dec’15 28-Dec’15 1-Jan’16 5-Jan’16 1-Feb’16 5-Feb’16 SPECTRAMIND Kaushik
10 Gujarat Ahmedabad 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 Ahmedabad - SpectraMind, 101 – 104, GCP Business Centre, Opp. Memnagar Fire Station, Vijay Cross Road, Memnagar, Ahmedabad, 380014 Mr.Alok
11 Gujarat Vadodara 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 Ahmedabad - SpectraMind, 101 – 104, GCP Business Centre, Opp. Memnagar Fire Station, Vijay Cross Road, Memnagar, Ahmedabad, 380014 Mr.Alok
12 Haryana Gurgaon 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 Gurgaon - SpectraMind, Level 9, Spaze i-Tech Park, A1 Tower, Sector - 49, Sohna Road, Gurgaon, 122018 Rama Gopal :
13 Haryana Chandigarh 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 Chandigarh - SpectraMind, Level 4, Tower-A, Godrej Eternia, plot number 70, Industrial Area 1, Haryana, Chandigarh Kavita
14 Jammu and Kashmir Jammu 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 SPECTRAMIND Kaushik
15 Jammu and Kashmir Srinagar 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 SPECTRAMIND Kaushik
16 Jharkhand Ranchi 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 SPECTRAMIND Kaushik
17 Karnataka Bangalore 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 ** 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 SPECTRAMIND,DBS center , Cunningham road , Bangalore Namratha
18 Karnataka Mysore 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 DBS center , Mysore Namratha
19 Karnataka Hubli 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 DBS center , Hubli Namratha
20 Kerala kochi - - - - 2-Jan’16 3-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 SPECTRAMIND,ThomasMount ,ICTA Building,Changampuzha Nagar P.O.,Cochin- 682033 Mr.Manoj:
21 Kerala Trivandrum 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 Hotel Classic Avenue, Thampanoor, Trivandrum, Kerala. Mr.Manoj
22 Madhya Pradesh Indore 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 Indore – SpectraMind , DNR 90, Unit Nos. 301, 3rd floor, 569/3, MG Road, Indore, 452003 Arun
23 Maharshtra Nagpur 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 SPECTRAMIND Kaushik
24 Maharashtra Mumbai **23-Jan’16 24-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 SPECTRAMIND,DBS Heritage,Prescot Road,Opp. Cathedral Sr. School,Fort, Mumbai 400001. DBS Heritage (From Airport instruct the car / cab driver to drive to Fort, FashionStreet. It’s near Siddharth College, Budha Bhavan. Also there are schools like J. P. Pettit School & Cathedral Sr. School Mr.Vasudev
25 Maharashtra Pune 30-Jan’16 31-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 SPECTRAMIND,Panchasheel tech park,Yerwada, Pune Mr.Manish
26 Manipur Imphal 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 SPECTRAMIND Kaushik
27 Nagaland Dimapur 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 SPECTRAMIND Kaushik
28 Orissa Bhubaneshwar 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 Vani Vihar, Bhubaneshwar Mr. Satya Deep
29 Rajasthan Jaipur 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 DBS center,Jaipur Mr.Manish
30 Rajasthan Udaipur 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 SPECTRAMIND Kaushik
31 Tamilnadu Chennai 9-Jan’16 10-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 SPECTRAMIND,CHENNAI, CitiCentre , Level 6, 10/11 Dr.Radhakrishna Salai,Chennai,Tamil Nadu,600 004,India Mr.Balaji
32 Tamilnadu Coimbatore 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 Coimbatore , SpectraMind ‘Srivari Srimath”, 3rd floor, Door No.1045,Avinashi Road, Coimbatore, 641 018 Mr.Balaji
33 Telangana Hyderabad 4-Jan’16 10-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 SPECTRAMIND , Flat 617, 6th Floor ,Annapurna block, Aditya enclave, Ameerpet, Hyderabad-500016 Jason
34 Uttar Pradesh Varanasi 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 SPECTRAMIND Kaushik
35 Uttar Pradesh Noida 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 Noida - SpectraMind, Tapasya Corp Heights, Ground Floor, Sector 126, Uttar Pradesh, Noida Rama Gopal :
36 Uttar Pradesh Lucknow 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 Lucknow – SpectraMind , 4th Floor, Halwasiya Court, Hazratganj, Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow, 226001 Mr.Sandeep
37 Westbengal Kolkata 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 SpectraMind , The Legacy, 1st Floor, 25-A, Shakespeare Sarani, Kolkata, 700017 Mr.Hamid :
38 West Bengal Bagdogra 16-Jan’16 17-Jan’16 6-Feb’16 7-Feb’16 5-Mar’16 6-Mar’16 2-Apr’16 3-Apr’16 SPECTRAMIND Kaushik

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