The requirement for operational Incident Response, and Digital Forensic disciplines and procedures, has been forced to evolve in the last decade – driven by the increase of unprecedented cyber breaches, and associated cyber-crimes. Data breaches and intrusions have also evolved to more complex engagements, presenting the need for a robust in-house Digital Forensics/First Responder capability.
This course enables participants to engage with, and to investigate, both internal and external digital crimes and infractions. Applying robust processes and procedures which encompass the Digital Forensic acquisition of images, from media and artifacts to computers and mobile technologies. Aligned with tough proven processes to secure evidential materials, participants have the opportunity to apply best practices to assure associated evidential integrity and value is maintained intact.
From a background of “in-the-field” law enfacement, associated with the key concepts of legal practices, this course will provide hands-on pragmatic experiences, underpinned by the academic and legal structures which form the basis of Forensic Science.
Including the key requirements of the Secure Operational Centre (SOC) and its interfaces with the Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT), this course will provide participants with the skills they require to respond to a digital investigation with the assurance of completing it correctly.