The Certified Digital Forensics Examiner 5 day course teaches students the essentials of electronic discovery surrounding digital crimes and how to present their findings in a legally acceptable manner.
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The C)DFE course will benefit organizations, individuals, government offices, and law enforcement agencies interested in pursuing litigation, proof of guilt, or corrective action based on digital evidence.
An example of “corrective action” would be the termination of an employee for a violation of computer usage where digital evidence was needed to support the allegation. The investigator must furnish an irrefutable burden of proof based on that digital evidence. If not irrefutable, an attorney knowledgeable about Computer Forensics could have the case thrown out of court. Government or investigative agencies need proper training to succeed in cases like the above as well as those including acts of fraud, computer misuse, illegal pornography, counterfeiting, and so forth.
Mile2’s Certified Digital Forensics Examiner training teaches the methodology for conducting a computer forensic examination. Students will learn to use forensically sound investigative techniques in order to evaluate the scene, collect and document all relevant information, interview appropriate personnel, maintain chain-of-custody, and write a findings report.
WHAT DO STUDENTS LEARN?
The C)DFE training covers a wide range of topics including:
• Forensic Examination
• Tools of the trade
• Seizure Concepts
• Incident Investigation
• Fundamentals of conducting an effective computer forensic examination
• Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR
Anyone who is or may be to be involved in examining electronic devices for digital artifacts (i.e. evidence) needed for company, legal, or law enforcement investigations.