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NETWORK FORENSIC ESSENTIALS
This course was developed to provide an introduction to the exciting and growing field of digital investigations and network forensics. It is designed to train investigators in electronic discovery and the fundamentals of conducting an effective network forensic examination. You will gain a set of investigative techniques focused on the use of vendor-neutral, open source tools.
Network Forensic Essentials is ideal for someone new to the digital forensic field. However, this course is also valuable to someone who has been in the field for a while and would like to brush up on a few topics. The attendee will learn sound forensic procedures, how to conduct examinations, and validate forensic operations as well as how to report findings in a clear and concise manner.
The "Network Forensic Essentials" course is specifically designed for corporate, government and military personnel who, in the performance of their duties may be asked to conduct a basic digital forensic examination. This course is essential to information security, risk management, loss prevention, corporate security and law enforcement personnel who encounter digital evidence "on the wire" while conducting an investigation.
The course is ideally suited for personnel who are responding to network infiltration and exfiltration incidents and need to apply network forensics to help solve their cases as well as for those with some background in hacker exploits, penetration testing, and incident response.
Participants must be familiar with common network functions and TCP/IP protocols. This workshop caters to those with no previous experience in network forensics; however, if you are just beginning in information security, then this course is not appropriate for you. Ideally, participants should be responsible for locating, collecting, analyzing, and testifying to evidence of malicious activity on a computer or network of computers.
Methodology for conducting a network forensic examination.
Forensics, whether network or computer, involves the preservation, identification, extraction, documentation and interpretation of network or computer data.
NetRunner Training Center at Dare Corporate Center275 Slater StreetSuite 900Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5H9613-748-6222
For assistance please call (613) 748-6222 or e-mail Valerie Yersh, at firstname.lastname@example.org