This course prepares the information security professional for the CHFI exam. This course introduces IT professionals to a process overview of computer forensics and evidence analysis. This is an instructional and analytical course covering major forensic investigation scenarios leading participants through activities to acquire hands-on experience. Hands-on activities include various forensic investigation techniques and standard forensic tools used to perform a proper computer forensic investigation. Exam registration is not included.
The following topics will be covered in this course:
- What is computer forensics
- Why create an evidence analysis process
- Forensic investigation techniques
- Tracking and detecting hacking attempts
- Determining how to prevent future attacks
- Performing a proper computer forensic investigation through prosecution
Who Should Attend?
This class is for professionals who bear the responsibility for creating, maintaining or managing an organization’s IT security, fraud or forensics systems.
Participants must be familiar with Windows-based computers. Participants should have a solid understanding of their security, fraud or forensics department, and how technology is implemented in their organization.
The next course will be held April 6 - 10, 2015. The course meets from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with an hour lunch break.
Provided Materials / Facilities
Lecture and reference materials are provided.
Courses are held in the North Paseo building at the main campus, room 3.120.
Please have a valid credit card ready as you will be providing payment during the registration process.
If this time frame does not work for you, please consider the course happening July 13 - 17, 2015
Similar courses you may be interested in:
Brought to you by a partnership between the Office of Extended Education and CIAS.