Our everyday life depends on a stable and safe cyberspace. However, cybercrime threatens this arena and is one of the fastest growing areas of crime. Today almost every criminal, or civil, case has an element of electronic evidence.
However, protecting evidence of a crime takes different skill sets than performing an incident response. Understanding how to identify when an incident is now a potential litigation issue, and performing the proper methodology, is key to having the evidence admitted into court.
Join instructor, Gregory Bell, at his course as he will introduce you to computer forensics, both its fundamentals and the best practices for incident response. You will learn to understand the legal aspects of computer forensics, as well as its relationship to the Information Technology field. Hands-on projects will give you the tools and techniques you will use to perform a full computer forensic investigation.
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