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➥Certificate Program on Malware Forensics

➥Course Overview:

This certificate program on malware forensics is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively investigate and analyze malware incidents. The program covers a range of topics related to malware analysis, including malware types, behavior analysis, reverse engineering, and malware detection and prevention.

Participants will learn how to identify and analyze different types of malware, such as viruses, worms, and ransomware, using various tools and techniques. They will also gain hands-on experience in conducting malware forensics investigations, including collecting and analyzing digital evidence, documenting findings, and presenting findings in a clear and concise manner.

Upon successful completion of the program, participants will receive a certificate in malware forensics, demonstrating their expertise in this critical area of cybersecurity. This program is ideal for IT professionals, cybersecurity analysts, forensic investigators, and anyone else looking to enhance their skills in malware analysis and investigation.

➥Course Duration: 2 Days
➥Mode of Training: Online / Offline
➥Course Highlights:
  • In-depth understanding of different types of malwares and how they work
  • Techniques for identifying and analysing malware samples
  • Hands-on experience with tools and techniques used in malware forensics
  • Best practices for conducting malware investigations and incident response
  • Case studies and real-world examples to apply learned concepts
  • Certificate upon completion of the program to demonstrate expertise in malware forensics
➥Course Curriculum:
➥Module 1. Introduction to Malware Forensics
  • Understanding the basics of malware and the importance of malware forensics
  • Overview of different types of malware and how they operate
  • Introduction to digital forensics and malware analysis techniques
➥Module 2. Malware Analysis Techniques
  • Static and dynamic analysis of malware samples
  • Reverse engineering malware to understand its functionality and behavior
  • Using sandbox environments for analyzing malware behavior
  • Identifying common malware signatures and indicators of compromise
➥Module 3. Tools and Technologies for Malware Forensics
  • Introduction to popular malware analysis tools
  • Using antivirus software and network monitoring tools for detecting and analyzing malware
  • Role of digital forensics tools in malware analysis
  • Best practices for using tools and technologies in malware forensics investigations
➥Module 4. Incident Response and Malware Mitigation
  • Incident response plan for malware incidents
  • Best practices for containing and minimizing the impact of malware infections
  • Remediation techniques for removing malware from infected systems
  • Tips for preventing future malware infections and securing networks and systems
➥Module 5. Legal and Ethical Considerations in Malware Forensics
  • Understanding the legal framework around conducting malware forensics investigations
  • Ethical considerations in malware analysis and reporting
  • Compliance requirements related to malware forensics investigations
  • Case studies and real-world examples of legal and ethical issues in malware forensics
➥Module 6. Advanced Topics in Malware Forensics
  • Advanced malware analysis techniques such as memory forensics and rootkit detection
  • Understanding evasion techniques used by malware authors
  • Exploring emerging trends in malware and cyber threats
  • Research and development in the field of malware forensics
➥Module 7. Capstone Project
  • Real-world malware forensics case study
  • Conducting a comprehensive malware analysis
  • Presenting findings and recommendations
  • Demonstrating proficiency in malware forensics techniques and tools
  • Peer review and feedback on capstone project presentations and reports

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