course - Digital Evidence

SCHEDULE

DATE

22 Mar 2024

Time

9am - 5pm

LOCATION:

Holiday Inn Singapore

Normal
(from 23 Feb 2024)
Early Bird
(by 22 Feb 2024)
Group of 3 <
(by 22 Feb 2024)
S$897.90
S$816.50
S$748.25
*all prices are net.

OVERVIEW

Investigators need to learn how to deal with digital evidence because digital devices have become a ubiquitous part of life, and criminals often use them to commit crimes.

Digital evidence can provide investigators with critical information about a crime, including who was involved, how the crime was committed, and where it took place.

Digital evidence come in many forms, including emails, chat messages, social media posts, photos, videos, computer files, etc... Investigators must be able to navigate different types of digital platforms and file formats to extract relevant evidence.

However, digital evidence can also be easily destroyed, tampered with, or altered if not properly handled, making it essential for investigators to know how to properly collect, preserve, and analyze digital evidence.

This workshop is led by Head of Training Division at an international cybersecurity company. The trainer specializes on Digital Forensics and Threat Intelligence, and is also a member of OSCE Trainer Program.

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    Who Should Attend

    Anyone in the following job function will find this course very beneficial:

    Auditor
    Investigator
    Compliance
    Scam & Fraud Prevention
    Risk Assessment
    Security Screening
    Loss Prevention
    Law Enforcement
    Probation
    Regulation

    BRIEF PROGRAM OUTLINE

    Participants will learn these skills and also get to practice them.

    • Main types of digital evidence and traces
    • Guidelines of search and seizure
    • Mobile devices: identification, isolation, acquisition
    • Computer: identification, isolation, acquisition
    • Encryption and backup of modern devices
    • Collection of additional evidence: smart devices, mail, social media
    • Preserving findings as digital evidence applicable in the court
    • Step-by-step Chain of Custody design

    Pre-requisite:

    - A laptop (Windows OS 10/11) that can connect to the internet.

    - Can run different GUI applications with administrator rights.

    - Know the main elements of computer e.g. hard drive, browser, removable media, etc.

    - Have basic understanding of how main services works (2FA in email, how smart devices store information about user activities, etc…)

    - experience with text editors like Microsoft Word

    Note:

    Participants must bring along a laptop with full admin access, and the ability to connect to the internet using password.

    WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

    • Understanding digital evidence: The different types of digital evidence that can be collected.
    • Digital evidence collection techniques: Learn techniques and tools to collect digital evidence.
    • Digital evidence analysis: Learn techniques to analyze digital evidence, including keyword searching, data filtering, and metadata analysis.
    • Report and present digital evidence: Participants will learn how to present digital evidence in a clear, concise, and convincing manner, including creating reports, charts, and other visual aids.
    • Digital evidence handling: Learn how to prevent data destruction, loss, and properly store and manage it.
    • Legal and ethical considerations: Understand the importance of evidence preservation and chain of custody to ensure admissibility in court.

    TESTIMONIAL

    "Learned new things about digital evidence gathering especially about the custody of evidence and processes involved"
    Senior Manager, Enforcement, JTC Corporation
    "Definitely have learnt a lot on forensic evidence in the short time"
    Manager, Enforcement, JTC Corporation
    "Thank you !! Parameters of extraction and use of digital data made clearer with this course"
    Anonymous

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