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What is Computer Forensics?

Computer forensics is the process  of identifying, preserving, analyzing  and presenting the digital evidence  in a legally acceptable manner.

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Business Objectives of Cyberforensics:

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    With computer forensics, the target audience is able to mitigate the risk of sampling. While an  organization can always use external auditors or cyber forensics professionals, this is one benefit  that it can gain using the on-board forensic team.
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    The procedure enables the target audience team to compare relevant data collected from  different sources or symptoms. This comparison helps complete the big picture when investigating on a cybercrime case.
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    Through investigation, the team can understand the trends related to the relevant data. The  patterns can also help understand the fluctuations. Also, the team is able to analyze potential risk  factors and false positives.
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    There are identifying trends that enable the team to gain more details about the consultants,  company personnel, and forensic accountants.
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    The reports and investigation also help the team understand the control environment. The enterprise teams can learn about policies to identify the attributes that violate rules.
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    Training the team on board to carry out the cyber forensics also help contain network costs.
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    The team is prepared to recommend budget-friendly system upgrades and other relevant  implementations.
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    This training helps identify increased threats and security vulnerabilities.

The key drivers of the training:

The need of the hour for the investigators is to utilize different forensics software applications and  demanding technologies to examine the copies, look through hidden folders, and search unallocated  disk spaces for copies and files that were damaged, encrypted, or deleted.

1.This training of cyber forensics is to carry out a structured investigation while following a set of  procedures and documenting all the available evidence to come to a conclusion regarding a  cybersecurity breach.

2.This training provides the procedures which can find out the details based on the involved  technical devices, people, and their specific goals.

3.This training is being driven by the professional cyber forensic professionals typically follow standard procedures to complete the investigation task. This includes physically isolating the  involved device to find out if it has been accidentally contaminated.

4. The professional trainers also make several copies of media after which, it is documented and secured in a safe facility for updated maintenance. The entire investigation is based on a digital copy.

Phases of Cyber Forensics Investigation

Cyber forensics investigations follow a set of standards  to ensure its success and quick results. The following phases are often involved in retrieving computer  evidence:

(i) Securing the devices: The first step is to secure the computer  systems and other devices involved in the case. This is done to  ensure the data and equipment are safe. The trained enterprise  teams should ensure maximum information and system  security to prevent unauthorized access to storage devices. In  case the system or devices are connected with the untrusted  domain (Internet), dismissing the connection first is essential.

(ii) Check the data and files: We need to check every file and data  in the system, including the encrypted files. Also, to create a  strong backup of data, all the files should be copied. Other than  that, the original system should be kept intact and preserved.

(iii)Recover lost information: This is a crucial step. The evidence  could be hidden in information that has been lost or deleted. Try  to recover as much data as possible using applications.  Information security certification can help detect deleted data,  which may be retrieved.

(iv)Reveal the important contents of all the programs and hidden  files.

(v)Access and decrypt protected and hidden files.

(vi)Identify the important areas: Do not forget areas that are  not easily inaccessible.

(vii)Document each and every step of the procedure. That’s the  only thing detectives can use to back their investigation. This  is the best possible way to preserve important information  without damaging or changing it.

(viii)Be prepared to present the documents to testify in court.

Phases of Cyber Forensics Investigation

Proposed Sessions:

Session 1: Introduction to computer forensics  Session

Session 2: Setting up a Computer Forensics Lab  Session

Session 3: How to approach to crime scene  Session

Session 4: Computer Investigation Process  Session

Session 5: Forensic Imaging of the evidence  Session

Session 6: Forensic Analysis of the evidence  Session

Session 7: Email Crimes Session

Session 8: Investigating Network & log  Session

Session 9: Mobile Forensics Session

Session 10: Forensic Report Writing

Session 11: Types of investigation  Session 12: Becoming an Expert witness

Key topics to be covered:

  • Criminal Law
  • Malware Forensics
  • Cybercrime
  • Introduction to Networking
  • Cryptography
  • Digital Forensic Analysis
  • Criminal Procedure
  • Financial Accounting
  • Statistics
  • Economics
  • Data Engineering
  • Digital Forensics
  • Technical Writing

Target Audience

  • Auditors and financial fraud examiners.
  • Chief Security Officers and Chief Technology Officers.
  • Professionals seeking a career in computer forensics and cybercrime investigations.
  • Security and Network Administrators.
  • Cyber Cell representatives from Defence forces (Defence Signal Regiments,..).
  • Cyber Cell representatives from Law Enforcement (Police Department).