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Prepare for the CHFI certification while learning advanced forensics investigation techniques. Every crime leaves a digital footprint and companies need the skills to track those footprints. In this 5-day instructor-led course participants will learn to unravel these pieces of evidence, decode them and report them. From decoding a hack to taking legal action against the perpetrators, students will become an active respondent in times of cyber-breaches. Note: participants of this course are strongly recommended that they attend Certified Ethical Hacker before enrolling into CHFI program. ThisĀ certification supports a certification that is a DoD Approved 8570 Baseline Certification and meetsĀ DoD 8140/8570 training requirements.

Target Audience
Professionals in Legal, Banking, Insurance or Government agencies. Police or other law enforcement personnel, Defense and Military personnel. E-Business Security professionals, Systems administrators or any IT professionals involved with information system security, computer forensics and incident response.

What You'll Learn

  • Understand the fundamentals of computer forensics
  • Understand the computer forensic investigation process
  • Describe in detail different types of hard disks and file systems
  • Understand data acquisition and duplication
  • Counteract anti-forensic techniques
  • Leverage forensic skills in Windows, Linux, and Mac
  • Investigate web attacks
  • Understand dark web forensics
  • Deploy forensic techniques for databases, cloud, and networks
  • Investigate email crimes including malware
  • Perform forensics in mobile and IoT environments

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  • Course Number CHFI
  • Course Length 5 days
  • Course Fee $3,595.00
  • Delivery Format vILT (Instructor Led; Virtual LIVE Online; Remote Training)
  • Course Topic Certification
  • Vendor (ISC)2, ISACA, CBK, EC-Council

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