Cyber Forensics Investigation Training And Certification Course in Rohini

Computer crime in today’s cyber world is on the rise. Computer Investigation techniques are being used by police, government, and corporate entities globally and many of them turn to Craw Cyber Security for our Cyber Forensics Investigation Training And Certification In Rohini.
Cyber Forensics Investigation Training And Certification In Rohini focus on in-depth skills required for Computer forensics Experts, Ethical hackers, Cyber Security Analysts, Penetrations Testers, and Various Information Security Experts to deeply analyze and extract the data from various Operating Systems in the forensic Phase. This course can be done by both working professionals and Colleges Students who want to make their career in the field of Computer hacking and Cyber Crime Investigations.

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What will you Learn in Cyber Forensics Investigation Training and Certification in Rohini?

Cyber Forensics Investigation Training and Certification in Rohini covers — comprehensive modules

➜ Module 01: Computer Forensics in today’s World
➜ Module 02: Computer Forensics Investigation Process
➜ Module 03: Hard-Disk and File-System
➜ Module 04: Data-Acquisition and Duplication
➜ Module 05: Defeating Anti-Forensics Techniques
➜ Module 06: Windows Forensics
➜ Module 07: Linux Forensics
➜ Module 08: Network Forensics
➜ Module 09: Web-Forensics
➜ Module 10: Dark web–Forensics
➜ Module 11: Cloud forensics
➜ Module 12: Email-Forensics
➜ Module 13: Malware Forensics
➜ Module 14: Mobile forensics
➜ Module 15: IOT forensics

About Course:

➝   Course Duration : 60 Hours
➝   Course Level : Intermediate
➝   Language : English, Hindi
➝   Course Delivery : Classroom Training
➝   Include : Training & Certificate
➝   Course pdf : Click here to Download

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There are some cyber forensics tools mention below
  • Network Forensic tools.
  • Database analysis tools.
  • File analysis tools.
  • Registry analysis tools.
  • Email analysis tools.
  • OS analysis tools.
  • Disk and data capture.

Identification. It is the first step in the forensic process. The identification process mainly includes things like what evidence is present, where it is stored, and lastly, how it is stored (in which format). Electronic storage media can be personal computers, Mobile phones, PDAs, etc.

With this strategy, a computer is broke down from inside the OS while the computer or gadget is running, utilizing framework devices on the computer. Numerous instruments used to remove unstable information require the computer in to be in a forensic lab to keep up the authenticity of a chain of proof. Erased document recuperation.

-Sleuth Kit (+Autopsy)

Sleuth Kit (+Autopsy) is a Windows-based utility tool that makes forensic analysis of computer systems simpler. This tool allows you to inspect your hard drive and cell phone. Highlights: You can distinguish movement utilizing a graphical interface successfully

The scope of forensic science is broad: it's more than fingerprints and DNA samples. To organize the various specialties in the field, the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) formally recognizes 11 distinct forensic science disciplines.

15 to 35 hours
A complete examination of 100 GB of data on a hard drive can have over 10,000,000 pages of electronic information and may take between 15 to 35 hours or more to examine, depending on the size and types of media.

craw security provides Cyber forensics  investigation course and after complete  the course and certification  any one can get the jobs

Digital Evidence Investigator® (DEI) software is the #1 automated digital forensic tool for easily collecting RAM as well as digital files and artifacts - with evidence presented in a timeline view

Digital Forensics is a branch of Forensic Science comprised of recovery and investigation of materials found in digital devices like Computers, network devices, tablets, or cell phones and typically refers to the seizure, acquisition, and analysis of digital data and the presentation of the report in the courtroom.