CERTIFIED DIGITAL FORENSICS EXAMINER (C|DFE)
Peace and Security Studies
Course Fee: Each participant shall be required to pay a non-refundable commitment fee of ¢2,250 GHS + $ 400 (two thousand, two hundred and fifty Ghana cedis plus four hundred dollars (In prevailing rate) for the training and certification exams. Participants who will require visa on arrival will also be responsible for the cost of their visas. KAIPTC shall NOT be responsible for participant’s external (within Africa) travel, accommodation and feeding during the duration of the course.
Terms and Conditions:
• The course will be conducted ONLY in English; • Every participant will have to prove adequate health insurance coverage, which should include Covid 19 before travelling to the Centre. Additionally, participants must possess a COVID-19 vaccination card or be ready to be tested at the airport. Otherwise, unvaccinated persons coming along with test results should have done the test not more than 72 hours before the scheduled departure time from the country of origin. KAIPTC will not bear any health or accident costs for any participant.
|Course Date/Duration||18th – 22nd September 2023|
|Course Capacity||25 participants|
|Target Group||The target groups include the following:
African Union, ECOWAS, UN Missions in Africa and other Regional Economic Communities (RECs).
|Application Deadline||15 September|
The C|DFE course will benefit organisations, individuals, government offices, and law enforcement agencies interested in pursuing litigation, proof of guilt based on digital evidence. Government and investigative agencies need proper training to succeed in cases as well as those including acts of fraud, computer misuse, illegal pornography, counterfeiting, and so forth. Our Certified Digital Forensics Examiner training focuses on teaching the methodology for conducting a computer forensic examination. Participants will learn to use forensically sound investigative techniques to evaluate the scene, collect and document all relevant information, interview appropriate personnel, and write findings report that will be admissible in court.
The main objectives of the course are to:
- To equip participants to develop the skills required for digital evidence collecting and analysis.
- To equip participants to identify the various types of “Digital Incidents”.
- To provide practical methods to use forensic software to conduct a controlled analysis of digital evidence.
- To educate participants on how to respond to a “Digital Incident”.
- To educate participants how to record their findings in a digital examination log file and the appropriate way to present these findings.
- To provide participants with the knowledge to conduct acquisitions and authentication of digital evidence.
- IT Managers /Officers
- Forensics Investigators
- Information Security Professionals
- Forensics Auditors
- Risk Manager/ Analyst
- Security Managers
- Previous participants of the Cybercrime Investigations & Digital Forensics
- SOC team members
- Professionals interested in building knowledge cybercrime investigations.
Modules of the course
- Computer Forensics Incidents
- Investigative Theory & Process
- Digital Acquisition and Analysis Tools
- Windows Forensics, Linux Forensics & Mac Forensics
- Examination Protocols & Digital Evidence Protocols
- Digital Evidence Presentation
- Laboratory Protocols
- Specialised Artifact recovery
- eDiscovery and ESI
- Mobile Forensics
- Incident Handling
How to Apply
Interested applicants are kindly invited to click on the “link below” in order to fill and submit the online application form.
Col Daniel Amenyo Agbekor
Tel. 00 233 (0) 302 718200 Ext. 1035
Fax. 00 233 (0) 302 718201
Mary Anna Abakah
Tel. 00 233 (0) 0302 999 981
Mobile. 00 233 (0) 50 1304 836 / 50 788 8899
Mrs Marylyn Agblor
Training Coordination Officer
Tel. 00 233 (0) 302 718200 Ext. 1012
Fax. 00 233 (0) 302 718201