Peace and Security Studies

Course Duration: 15 May - 19 May 2023
Application Date: - May 12, 2023
Course Fee: Each participant shall be required to pay a non-refundable fee of ¢2,750 GHS (two thousand, seven hundred and fifty Ghana cedis). Participants who are coming from outside Ghana would have to make their own travel and accommodation arrangements. Those who will require a visa on arrival will also be responsible for the cost of their visas.
Terms and Conditions:
· The course will be conducted ONLY in English; · Every participant should be fully vaccinated. Those coming from outside Ghana should have proof of adequate health insurance coverage, which should include Covid 19 before travelling to the Centre. Additionally, participants must possess a COVID-19 negative PCR test from an accredited laboratory in the country of origin. The test should have been done 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.
In short
Course Date/Duration 15 May – 19 May 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).


a.   IT Managers/Technical Officers

b.   Forensic Investigators,

c.    CISOs

d.   Information Security Professionals

e.   Forensic Auditors,

f.    Risk Managers/Analysts,

g.   Security Managers,

h.   Other professionals interested in cybercrime prevention & detection

Course Language English
Application Deadline 12 May 2023


Cyber Forensics




The Cybercrime Investigation & Digital Forensics course provides an in-depth understanding of the principles and practices of cybercrime investigation and digital forensics. The course covers the essential concepts, methodologies, and tools used in cybercrime investigation and digital forensics, and prepares professionals and participants for a career in these fields. The course starts with an introduction to cybercrime investigation and digital forensics, providing an overview of the key terms and concepts involved, and the role of cybercrime investigation and digital forensics in combating cybercrime.

The course will additionally cover the specifics of digital forensics, including the forensic process, evidence collection and analysis, and forensic tools and techniques. The cybercrime investigation section of the course covers the various types of cybercrime, including hacking, malware, and phishing, and the methods used to investigate them. The final section of the course focuses on investigation and reporting, teaching students how to analyse and interpret forensic evidence, and how to document and report their findings.


Course Objectives

The main objectives of the course are to:

· To assist participants to understand the network protocols for communicating on IT networks.

· To assist participants to discover the potential attacks at each layer of the TCP/IP Model.

· To help participants understand the process of investigating cyber incidents

· To help participants gain practical knowledge in investigating selected applications.

· To assist participants to identify malicious activities through log analysis.

· To assist participants to trace the source of an IP Address using forensics techniques.


Target Group

IT Managers/Technical Officers, CISO,  Forensic Investigators, Internal Auditors, Information Security Professionals, Forensics Auditors, Risk Managers/Analysts, Security Managers, and other professionals interested in cybercrime prevention and detection.

Modules of the course


· Overview of cybercrime Investigation & Digital Forensics

· Introduction to Computer Networks

· Digital Examination Processes, Tools & Techniques

· Introduction to Network Forensics & Incident Response

· Extracting & Analysing Evidence from the computer Memory

· Extracting & Analysing user Generated Activities (Web browser Analysis & Web Attacks, Emails, USB Activities)

· Log Analysis Using Open Source/Commercial Forensic Tools

· Investigating Skype, Team Viewer, RDP & Zoom Activities

· Anti-Forensics Tool & Techniques

· Setting up Forensics Laboratory

· Overview of Mobile Forensics Investigations

· Forensics Readiness, Ethical & Legal Consideration

· Hands-On Sessions/ Case Studies


How to Apply

Interested applicants are kindly invited to click on the Registration Link below in order to fill and submit the online application form and forward it to


Registration Link




Mary Anna Abakah

Lead, Training

e-Crime Bureau

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




Col Daniel Amenyo Agbekor

Course Director

Tel.  00 233 (0) 302 718200 Ext. 1035

Fax. 00 233 (0) 302 718201