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TYPES OF TRAINING ON CYBERSECURITY AND DIGITAL FORENSICS BY

INCOGNITO FORENSIC FOUNDATION (IFF LAB)


TYPES OF TRAINING ON CYBERSECURITY AND DIGITAL FORENSICS BY

INCOGNITO FORENSIC FOUNDATION (IFF LAB)


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Training on Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity comprises of all practices to prevent theft or damage to digital assets and computing systems. It involves a thorough analysis of existing digital architecture to find exploitable vulnerabilities and implementing preventive measures. Additionally, it also includes creating awareness amongst users about all techniques that hackers may use to steal data.

  1. Trainers will demonstrate hacking techniques, following which students will have to practice them.
  2. The curriculum would comprise of methods for hacking into computers, servers, as well as networks through the use of a wide array of tools in varying scenarios
  3. Subsequently, each student will learn to penetrate systems and pinpoint the vulnerabilities, so that appropriate preventive measures can be taken
  4. Students will also have to prepare detailed reports on the methods and tools utilized, in addition to each susceptibility

 

Training on Digital Forensics

Cyber forensics is a subset of forensic science concerned with the recovery and examination of evidence that is in digital format. In the aftermath of a cyberattack, investigators use forensic tools and techniques to discern the nature of the attack and find out how it occurred and retrieve the lost data. 

Furthermore, analyzing data breaches may even help forensic investigators to track down the criminals. In other words, cyber forensics provides a vital tool for investigators to solve cases.

The following are examples of instances where students will apply their forensic training –   

  1. Candidates might be presented with a partially damaged/formatted/hacked device that may contain vital evidence. Students will be applying forensic techniques to retrieve data from the device which might contain clues about illicit activities, and help the police.
  2. Students will need to evaluate a hacked website and recover information that will highlight the causes of the breach and help track down the criminals.
  3. A database server may have suffered a data leak. Students will have to analyze the activity log and determine if there was unauthorized access to the server and track down the responsible individuals.     

The digital forensic exam will require students to use various tools to assess electronic media and extract actionable evidence that is permissible in court. Each student will receive a certificate after their successful completion of the course, following the exam. Furthermore, it will open up enormous career opportunities for the certificate holder. 

Primarily, there are three ways of training for cybersecurity and cyber forensics – classroom training, online training, and one-on-one coaching.

 

Classroom Training

Classroom training for cybersecurity and digital forensics involves interactive hands-on sessions with theoretical and practical approaches to learning. Each session is conducted by certified professionals who possess experience in handling actual criminal cases. Moreover, the police and lawyers routinely consult our experts in legal disputes to procure evidence for concluding forensic cases and getting subsequent convictions.

Students will learn to use globally recognized cybersecurity and digital forensic software through simulations of actual scenarios. These produce nearly identical situations where trainees will face lifelike incidents of cyberattacks or criminals cases. Students will need to apply their skills for troubleshooting, resolutions and gathering evidence to assist law enforcement agencies.  

At the end of the course, students will need to take an exam that will test their theoretical and practical knowledge of the course curriculum. The exam consists of lifelike scenarios of cyber-attacks and students would have to respond to them appropriately.

 

Online Training

Students who prefer to attend classes from their comfort zone can sign up for online forensics or cybersecurity training. It is almost entirely similar to Classroom Training, except for the fact that all students will be attending from remote locations.

The course consists of theoretical explanations and hands-on training for using cybersecurity and forensic software. Students can practice using the tools through online simulators for learning to apply the right software to match the circumstances.

At the end of the course, students will need to take the exam in order to receive their certificates. Furthermore, the mode of the exam will be similar to that of Classroom Training.

 

One-on-One Training

One-on-One training is for digital forensics and cybersecurity leaners who wish for a more individualized method of training. It suits best for people who are more comfortable with a personalized learning environment that provides special attention throughout the respective course. 

One-on-one teaching would involve all the aspects of Classroom Training and the training would end with an exam for the certificate.

 

Incognito Forensic Foundation (IFF Lab)

A certificate from the Incognito Forensic Foundation (IFF Lab) opens up a world of opportunities for its holders. It signifies that the student has successfully completed industrial training for cybersecurity and digital forensics and is ready to handle actual criminal cases. 

Enroll at IFF Lab today to forge a successful career in cybersecurity and digital forensic.

Contact IFF Lab for Cybercrime Investigation and Cyber Security Awareness & Training.