E-Crime and Computer Forensics

About The Course

The term cyber-crime no longer refers only to hackers and other external attackers. Almost all every case of financial fraud or employee misuse involves a very strong element of computer-based evidence. Network Intelligence has been providing professional computer forensics services to clients for the past six years. It now brings together its consolidated expertise into a three-day hands-on workshop. The entire workshop is driven by hands-on exercises and case studies to ensure that all aspects have a real-life scenario-based approach.

Objectives

  • What should one do when there is a suspicion of a computer-based crime?
  • What tools and techniques are most likely to yield the right set of clues?
  • How should the investigation be carried out such that it can be presented in a court of law?
  • Hands-on practice with the worlds’ leading forensics tool – Encase

Table of Contents

Session 1
Session 2
Session 3

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Manish Bhattarai, Deputy Controller

This training is very much relevant to my job of cyber forensics. Now, I can streamline & substantially increase the quality of cyber forensics investigation in my organization.

Narayan Lal Pakwon, Section Officer

This training is related training for our official objective. It is also helpful & easy to do my job in my office.

Marsh Miranda, Software Engineer, DST Worldwide

Dear Rutuja, Rashmi & Sanoop, Thank you for the support provided. The administration of this course is done very professionally and it shows how concerned each one of you are about the students welfare. This is something that I personally appreciate. Thanks. :-)

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