This intermediate-level course will introduce you to the processes, tools and techniques used by computer forensic examiners, as well as supplement Introduction to Digital Forensics.
Course instructors will provide an overview of techniques and processes used by computer forensic examiners, as well as a demonstration of the software and hardware tools most commonly used by forensic professionals. You will learn about various computer forensic procedures, as well as best practices in securing, obtaining and analyzing digital evidence pertaining to fraud investigations.
Gain the tools you need as a fraud examiner to understand and analyze digital evidence. This course will enable you to make the right decisions pertaining to digital forensics in your investigations.
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ACFE Members: $795
Field of Study
A fundamental understanding of digital evidence sources and collection procedures
You Will Learn How To:
Utilize the processes and techniques involved in a computer forensic examination
Define the pros and cons of various forensic software tools
Recognize forensic hardware that can be brought to bear in a fraud examination
Apply various data-acquisition methods
Implement evidence search and analysis strategies
Obtain forensics from smartphones and other mobile devices
Who Should Attend:
Attorneys, legal professionals and law enforcement personnel
Detectives and private investigators
Internal auditors, forensic accountants and bank examiners
Certified Fraud Examiners and other anti-fraud professionals
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