Computer Forensics – Level One

What you’ll learn

  • Understand the fundamentals of computer forensics and its application in investigations.
  • Gain proficiency in using forensic tools and software for data acquisition and analysis.
  • Develop skills to recover and analyze data from various digital devices.
  • Learn to write clear and comprehensive forensic reports.
  • Acquire knowledge of network and mobile device forensics.
  • Apply forensic techniques through practical exercises and real-world case studies.

This course includes:

  • Live and Pre-recorded classes
  • Assignments and Test Cases
  • Downloadable Resources
  • Lab Simulations
  • Multi-device Access
  • Certificate of Completion


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course Content

Eight Weeks | Hybrid Learning

  • Overview of computer forensics and its importance in modern investigations.
  • Legal and ethical considerations.

  • Introduction to popular forensic tools (e.g., EnCase, FTK, Autopsy).
  • Hands-on training with forensic software.

  • Techniques for acquiring data from various devices.
  • Methods for recovering deleted or corrupted data.

  • Analyzing digital evidence and interpreting findings.
  • Writing comprehensive forensic reports.

  • Fundamentals of network forensics.
  • Monitoring and analyzing network traffic for forensic purposes.

  • Techniques for extracting and analyzing data from mobile devices.
  • Tools and methods specific to mobile forensics.

  • Real world case studies to illustrate forensic principles.
  • Practical exercises to apply learned techniques.

  • Review of key concepts and techniques.
  • Practical and written assessments.
  • Preparation for certification exams.

Course Description

The “Computer Forensics Level One” course provides an in-depth introduction to the field of computer forensics, focusing on the fundamentals of digital investigation techniques, data recovery, and forensic analysis. This course is designed to equip students with the essential skills and knowledge required to perform computer forensic investigations, using both theoretical and practical approaches.

Required Hardware:

  • Computer: At least 8 GB RAM and 500 GB hard drive.
  • Graphics Card: Minimum 2 GB VRAM.
  • Dual Monitors: Recommended for multitasking.
  • External Storage: USB drives, External hard drives for data backup.
  • Internet Connection: High speed for accessing online resources and tools.

Required software:

  • Operating System: Windows 10 or higher, or macOS.
  • Forensic Tools: EnCase, FTK (Forensic Toolkit), Autopsy.
  • Text Editor: Notepad++ or similar.
  • Office Suite: Microsoft Office or LibreOffice.
  • Virtualization Software: VMware or VirtualBox.