InfoSec Institute is proud to offer the Computer Forensics Boot Camp. Accelerated and taught in six (6) days, this in-depth course teaches students critical techniques and information used to combat computer crime through the use of the most popular computer forensics software.
Our Computer Forensics Boot Camp prepares students for the two industry recognized computer forensic certifications, the Information Assurance Certification Review Board (IACRB) Certified Computer Forensics Examiner (CCFE) and International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium ((ISC)2) Certified Cyber Forensics Professional (CCFP). You are prepared for the certification examinations by learning the necessary skills to recognize the overwhelming number of computer threats and criminal activities. In addition, we teach you how to investigate computer crime.
The CCFE certification is not only offered to individuals involved in cyber crime and law enforcement, but to those who meet certain requirements and experience. To give students the opportunity to gain the most out of our Computer Forensics Boot Camp, we offer the ability to take the initial part of the CCFE exam on-site.
The CCFP credential indicates expertise in forensics techniques and procedures, standards of practice, and legal and ethical principles to assure accurate, complete, and reliable digital evidence admissible in a court of law. It also indicates the ability to apply forensics to other information security disciplines, such as e-discovery, malware analysis, or incident response. Our Computer Forensics Boot Camp, created and led by experienced CCFP-certified professionals, provides a comprehensive coverage of the six domains of the (ISC)2 CCFP CBK. Throughout the course of our Computer Forensics Boot Camp, students will learn:
- Legal and Ethical Principles
- Investigative Practices
- Forensic Science
- Digital Forensics
- Application Forensics
- Hybrid and Emerging Technologies
- Firmly understand the provisions of IT law
- Learn complex technical concepts
- Successfully define evidence-handling procedures
- Functionally design and outline procedures related to incident response strategies
- Comprehend the general rules of evidence