Cybercrime Investigation & Digital Forensics (CIDF)
Terms and Conditions:
All training programmes organised at the e-Crime Cyber Lab will be delivered under strict observance of all Covid-19 protocols.
|12 – 15 July 2021|
IT Managers/Technical/Officers, Forensic Investigators, CISOs, Information Security Professionals, Forensic Auditors, Risk Managers/Analysts, Security Managers, Other professionals interested in cybercrime prevention & detection
09 July 2021
IT Managers/Technical/Officers, Forensic Investigators, CISOs, Information Security Professionals, Forensic Auditors, Risk Managers/Analysts, Security Managers, Other professionals interested in cybercrime prevention & detection.
The training will comprise the following thematic areas:
- Overview of cybercrime Investigation & Digital Forensics
- Introduction to computer Networks
- Digital Examination Processes, Tool & 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 etc)
- 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.
Date: Monday, July 12th – Friday, July 16th, 2021
Venue: Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC), Teshie – Accra.
Application Deadline: Friday, July 09, 2021
Course Fees: Local (Ghanaian-Based Citizens) – GHS 2,500.00 / International Students – USD 440
How to Apply
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Call: +233 (0) 302 999 981 /+233 (0) 507 888 899
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
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