Certificate In Cyber Intelligence And Forensics

Peace and Security Studies

Course Duration: Rescheduled due to COVID-19.
New dates to be advertised soon.
Course Fee:
  • Locals (Ghanaian-Based Citizens) – GHS 2500.00
  • International Participants – USD 1000
  • Terms and Conditions:
    In short

    Course Date/Duration

    April 20 – April 24, 2020 CANCELLED

    Target Group

    Practitioners and operatives working in the security, law enforcement, defence and intelligence circles as well as selected private sector security practitioners. See details below.

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    Application Deadline

    15 April 2020

    Summarized Course Objectives

    Digital Forensics deals with investigating computer systems, network, mobile devices as well as other digital devices in answering legal or investigative questions in relation to an electronic crime. The challenges in investigating cybercrime requires that, cybercrime investigators have extensive knowledge in handling electronic evidence. The course is designed to equip participants with knowledge, hands-on skills, tools and techniques used in preserving, collecting, examining, analysing and presenting digital evidence in a forensically sound manner which will be admissible in the court of law.  The course will enable participant to perform forensic analysis on computer systems and also respond appropriately to cyber related incidents. An aspect of the course explores proactive and iterative approaches in identifying vulnerabilities on network platforms as well as cybersecurity and digital forensics response to mitigate the risks of system compromise.

    Who Should Attend?

    The programme is suitable for practitioners and operatives working in the security, law enforcement, defence and intelligence circles as well as selected private sector security practitioners including: Data Protection Officers; Security Officers; Investigators; Network and System Administrators and IT Risk and Compliance Managers.

    Course Modules

    Course covers the following modules:

    • Module 1: Introduction to Cyber Intelligence & Forensics
    • Module 2: Defensive & Offensive Cyber Intelligence – Lab Session
    • Module 3: Cyber Threat Intelligence – Lab Session
    • Module 4: Digital Forensics – Lab Session
    • Module 5: Counterintelligence & Participant Assessment – Lab Session


    Course Schedule

    Date: April 20 – 24, 2020.
    Venue: Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre, Teshie – Accra.

    How to Apply

    Visit the following website to apply online or download the Application Forms by clicking on the “How to Apply” button.

    For further details about the course, contact the registry on

    Call: +233 (0) 501551127/+233 (0) 501304836
    Email: training@e-crimebureau.com / judith@ecrime-bureau.com / alfred.botsoe@kaiptc.org