A cyber forensics investigator can be called by many titles. A cyber forensics investigator can be referred to as a digital forensics investigator, a computer forensics examiner, a computer forensics analyst or a cyber forensics detective. No matter what the title is though the job is the same. The most important part is the knowledge and capability to do the cyber forensics job.
With the ever-increasing incidents of hacking throughout the world, the need of computer forensics trainings & certified professional has augmented exponentially. Digital forensics also known as cyber forensics or computer forensics is one of the largest growing professions of the 21st century. It is a process of collection, safeguarding, analysis, identification and presentation of digital evidence that can be used in investigation of technology related crime for legal process.
Our cyber forensics course trainers or investigators have a remarkable combination of experience, resources, and skills necessary to delivery an advance cyber forensics course. Each trainer has a minimum decade of experience as a cyber forensics investigator working with government, corporates and military. Their experiences, connections, and competencies create powerful collaborations that allow delivering an advance cyber forensics course for client needs.
Our digital forensics training is a hands-on course where you will learn forensics concepts with real life scenarios and practice. The course involves the analysis of digital devices, such as network infrastructure, cloud, IoT devices, mobile phones or tablets. The motive of the training is to identify and investigate incidents for helping the companies to dig out the evidence for legal cases and use these skills to protect users from malicious attacks.
Traditional digital forensics courses focus on how to use tools for computer forensics and not really on the fundamental concepts via real time scenarios. Our digital forensics course classes goes beyond typical courses in aspects of learning forensics by handling real time scenarios and evidences. The focus is on in-depth knowledge and manual forensics so that you can become an independent cyber forensics investigator.