Learn Computer Forensics
The Computer Forensics skill path teaches you critical techniques about identifying, preserving, extracting, analyzing and reporting forensic evidence through use of the most popular computer forensic tools.
Computer Forensics training
This learning path is designed to build a foundation of knowledge and skills around computer forensics. As you progress through 13 courses, you’ll learn about conducting forensics on a variety of platforms and devices, including networks, file and operating systems, memory, email and browsers. Upon completion, you’ll have a base of computer forensics knowledge to carry over to your job or next project — and the skills necessary to conduct an investigation into potential computer crimes.
Learning path components
Computer Forensics Skill Assessment
Network Forensics Concepts
Computer Forensics as a Profession
Digital Evidence and Legal Issues
Computer Forensics Investigations
Aspects of Hard Drives
File and Operating System Forensics
Email and Browser Forensics
Passwords and Encryption
New and Emerging Technologies
Introduction to Mobile Forensics
What you’ll learn.
- Conducting forensics investigations
- Using popular forensics tools and techniques
- Gaining access to devices
- Discovering hidden data
- Legal issues around forensics
- And more!
Who is this for?
Basic computer skills, including the ability or desire to work outside the Windows GUI interface, are recommended. This skill path is designed for:
- IT and security professionals tasked with corporate forensics and incident handling
- Law enforcement professionals dealing with computer crimes
- Legal professionals
- Anyone with a desire to build their computer forensics skills!
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