Windows Computer Forensics
2-4 December 2009
About the course
Windows Forensics is a practical, hands-on training course designed to allow you gain first had competences in responding to security breaches and conducting a computer forensics investigation. Using a variety of computer forensics tools and a portable forensics laboratory you will be working through a number of practical exercises and challenges and learn how to best react to incidents while collecting volatile and non volatile evidence. You will learn how to investigate security breaches and how to analyse digital evidence that could be used internally or in a court of law. During the course you will play the role of a computer forensics professional in charge of a real-case investigation and apply the methods, techniques and tools required for a computer forensics investigation.
Who Should Attend
This course is ideally suited for:
network and system administrators
law enforcement personnel
security professionals wanting to learn the core concepts of computer forensic investigations in Windows based operating systems
The course is "hands-on", technically focused and aimed at those individuals who have a good knowledge of standard ethical hacking techniques, common networking protocols, and practical familiarity with the Linux and Microsoft operating systems.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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