• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

About this Course Computer Forensics is the branch of forensics science which deals with the digital evidences that would be admissible in court. The field of digital forensics started early 90's when digital computer compromised. FBI CART program which was previously known as "Magnet Media Program" and the father of Computer Forensics Michael Anderson was the chief head of this program. Through blessings of Computer forensics the cases of Michael Jackson,German wings Flight 9525 etc solved. In this course you will learn about general forensics procedures, evidence handling and you will know how to use various tools which will help you to become an expert with more practice. The main objective of this course is that I just brief all lectures clearly which is understandable for everyone. There’s no need for computer/forensic's background to enroll this course if you have interest then you may get this course. This course is also helpful for cyber lawyers or prosecutors because gathering and preserving electronic evidence require a special set of considerations. Without a thorough understanding of digital forensics, your next move could compromise evidence or cause your findings to be inadmissible in court. Shortly this course provides a general introduction to the concepts, theories, principles, and practice of digital forensics. Topics include data acquisition to reporting with lab sessions. Therefore, it also covers the required basics of Unix/Linux commands. Who Can Enroll this Course College Graduates Researchers Students willing to learn digital forensics Cyber Security learners Computer Science Teachers Computer Science Students Software engineers/ Network engineers Digital Forensics Professionals Lawyers/Jury Members & Police Officers Scholars Basic knowledge Only basics of computer Knowledge for Installation of common packages Follow lectures to install tools You should have knowledge how to download packages Tools are defined in my demo videos

Learning Objectives

Learning Outcomes: Procedural Professional in disaster management Exploring in the field of threat intelligence Data recovery using professional tools Mitigation of admissibility Windows/Linux/mobile forensics Prepare yourself for GCFA Preparing reports

Framework Connections

The materials within this course focus on the Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSAs) identified within the Specialty Areas listed below. Click to view Specialty Area details within the interactive National Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.