Certificate Course in Cyber Forensic

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Certificate Course in Cyber Forensic

Information Technology Act, 2000 (IT Act 2000) was a landmark piece of legislation for India as it provided the base for Indian cyber law and matters related to the same. With gradual developments and amendments, issues pertaining to cyber crimes, cyber forensics, electronic evidences, cyber security, etc were also incorporated into the IT Act 2000. Although the need for a comprehensive and holistic techno legal framework is still haunting Indian government yet there is no escape from the conclusion that Indian cyber law must also be repealed and replaced by a better piece of legislation. At the same time Indian law enforcement agencies must be suitably trained in the matters of cyber law, cyber crimes investigation, cyber forensics, etc. This career will grow at a rate of at least 22 percent (the projected rate of growth for private investigator jobs) and probably higher than 27 percent (the projected rate of growth of computer-support-related jobs) through 2018.

On the other hand, cyber crimes have significantly increased in India. The trends in this regard are not very promising. For instance, the cyber law (PDF), cyber security (PDF) and cyber forensics (PDF) trends in the year 2013 have showed poor performance of Indian government in these fields. This position has not changed in 2014 as well. For instance, the cyber forensics trends of India 2014 still show inability of India to deal with cyber forensics related issues

Cyber Forensic Course Modules

This is the world’s most advanced Certified Network Defense course with 20 of the most current network security domains any individuals will ever want to know when they are planning to protect, detect, and respond to the network attacks.

  • M 1 – WILL LEARN CYBER CRIME, INDIAN IT (A) ACT 2008 AND COMPUTER FORENSICS
  • Unit 1: Categorization of Cyber Crimes, security policy violations, online financial frauds, elaboration of cybercrimes
  • Unit 2 : Explain Indian IT (Amendment) Act 2008, Objective, Applicability, and Jurisdiction;
  • Unit 3 : Explain the basics of Architecture.Importance of File systems Windows file structure
  • Unit 4 : Can perform Data Hiding Techniques, Swap Files, Slack space, Unallocated and Allocated space, ADS
  • Unit 5 : Use and working with optical, magnetic, semiconductor, etc. and their interfaces with a computer system, Hard DisksIDE, SATA, SCSI; CD/DVD
  • Unit 6 : Perform Swap Files, Slack space, Unallocated and allocated space, alternative data streams (ADS)
  • Unit 7 : Need of computer forensic investigation of the cyber crimes, forensic investigation process, identification, seizing, imaging and analysis of digital evidence, report preparation
  • M 2 – WILL ACQUIRE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS ON SEIZURE & IMAGING DIGITAL EVIDENCE
  • Unit 1: Handling of digital evidence at the site of the crime and basic rules of digital evidence; safe & secure packing and transportation of digital evidence
  • Unit 2 : Explain Volatile data, order of volatility, importance of volatile data etc. Collecting Volatile Data, acquisition of RAM data. Use of tools to capture, steps to image the volatile data (RAM) and other volatile data from a live system
  • Unit 3 : Use of Disk imaging software tools & hardware equipment, Dead & Live Acquisition of digital evidence, imaging of virtual systems
  • Unit 4 : Use of Disk imaging software tools & hardware equipment, Dead & Live Acquisition of digital evidence, imaging of virtual systems
  • M 3 – ANALYSIS OF DIGITAL EVIDENCE
  • Unit 1 : Recovery of Deleted files, recovery of data from the hard disk, damaged FAT, using of file carving tools.
  • Unit 2 : Explain Methodology of analysis, preparation & updation of the list of relevant keywords, their search.
  • Unit 3 : Analysis of media files headers, manual of graphics, audio, video files; Steganography in media files, the process of hiding of data/data files in media files.
  • Unit 4 : Role of logs in forensic analysis, access logs from various sources, log analysis tools, analysis of logs using log analysis tools and manually.
  • Unit 5 : Preparation of Computer Forensic Analysis Reports, Executive Summary, Goals/Objective of the Analysis, case questionnaires with relevant findings, referring to annexing of supporting documents, screenshots, photographs; tools used, forensic analysts involved, Report writing Guidelines, organizing the Reports, Documenting Investigative Steps with sections & subsections, Conclusion, Expert witness, testimony by a forensic analyst and role of an expert witness in judicial courts.
  • M 4 – TO FAMILARIZED WITH COMPUTER FORENSICS FOR WINDOWS & LINUX SYSTEMS AND ANTI - FORENSICS
  • Unit 1 : Examination of recycle bin windows shortcut files, swap file pagefile.sys, hibernation file, print spool files, windows registry analysis, registry analysis tools, registry hives, knowing about USB devices used,
  • Unit 2 : Use of built-in command-line tools for computer forensic investigation , data recovery tools
  • Unit 3 : Analysis of websites in favorites, history, cookies, temporary internet files, data in cache, saved passwords, auto-complete feature, internet usage analysis tools
  • Unit 4 : Can perform following tasks: recovery of deleted e-mails, e-mail headers, viewing & analysing the e-mail headers in popular e-mail software applications, and forensic toolkits in tracing e-mails
  • Unit 5 : Handling challenges or bottlenecks in computer forensic investigation for a computer forensic analyst; encrypted, compressed, password protected documents
  • M 5 – ENHANCING COMMUNICATION & SOFT SKILL
  • Unit 1 : Communication with colleagues, Clients, superiors.
  • Unit 2 : Managing career, staff and professional relationships
  • Unit 3 : Ready for interview

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Program Details​

  • Provide fundamentals knowledge of network defense.
  • Offer a skills-based and lab intensive program for the aspirants.
  • Enable the aspirants to protect, detect and respond to the threats on the network.
  • Enable the aspirants to foster resiliency and continuity of operations during attacks.
  • Enable the aspirant to design various network policies and plans related to network security and incident response.
  • Make familiar with net work components, traffic, performance and utilization, network topology, location of each system, security policy, etc.
  • Provide comprehensive knowledge and understanding of various emerging technologies pertaining to data transfer, network, and software automation.

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