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Digital Forensic Investigation

Digital forensic Investigation is the forensic science related to surveying, obtaining, analyzing and presenting digital evidence. This workshop will cover the fundamentals of computer forensics and investigations. Topics will include investigative security issues; modern approach to computer investigations; mobile forensics, email and electric file analysis; and legal guidelines for digital investigation.

Survey, obtain, analyze and preserve digital evidence

Workshop Outline: 


Introduction to Digital Forensic Investigation:

  • Understanding the major issues in conducting digital forensic investigation

  • Review regulatory and legal considerations related to digital forensic

  • Understanding Computer Forensic Incidents and Investigation Process 

  • Sources of Evidence and Disk Storage 

  • Recovering electronic data from data storage devices


Digital Forensic Investigation Process

  • Understanding the nature of Digital Forensic Evidence (DFE) 

  • Identify Sources of Digital Evidence

  • Surveying The Digital Crime Scene

  • Documenting the Physical Crime Scene and Digital Crime Scene

  • Performing electronic evidence collections

  • Validating digital evidence for legal argument

  • Preserving and Processing Digital Evidence

  • Forensic Examination and Analysis

  • Presenting the findings 

Legal Issues related to Digital Forensic Investigation:

  • Analyze the Nature of Evidence and its Characteristics 

  • Discuss the Authority to Acquire Digital Evidence  

  • Addressing the Privacy issues related to digital forensic investigation

  • Analyze the Chain of Custody 

  • Labeling and Tagging Digital Evidence 

  • Handle Evidence from Online Sources 

  • How to write investigative reports for court

  • Becoming an Expert Witness

Using Digital Evidence for Forensic Analysis:

  • Using Digital Forensics Tools for E-Discovery

  • Dealing with Evidentiary Issues and Challenges e-Discovery

  • Conduct computer forensic examinations

  • Using Forensic Software to conduct Digital Forensic

  • Emerging Trends in Internet Investigations


Analyzing Media and File System Forensics

  • Understanding File Systems and hard disks

  • Cell Phone and Other Mobile Device Forensics

  • Network and System Forensics

  • USB Forensics and Cloud Computing Issues

Analyze Computer and Operating Systems Forensics

  • Analyzing Hybrid and Emerging Technologies

  • Understanding Darknets, Anonymous Networks and Virtual Currencies

  • Tracking Internet Activities and Tracing Email

  • Analyze Web, Email and Messaging Forensics

  • Investigating the Social-Network Environment

  • Understand the Big Data Paradigm

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