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7Safe - CFIA Computer Forensics Training Course: Hands-On 
Description: On this 5 day practical computer forensics training course, extend your knowledge beyond conventional static computer forensics analysis by learning about and applying the forensic investigation methodology. Using practical case scenarios, you will be guided through the process of conducting a computer forensics investigation, from the principles surrounding the collection of evidence and preliminary case considerations to investigating the evidence left behind by malicious activity and the collection of volatile data. Delegates who successfully complete the exam included at the end of the training course will be awarded the Certified Forensic Investigation Analyst (CFIA) qualification.
Added on: 04-Jan-2008 Hits: 1724 Rating: 9.1 (5 Votes)
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Bradford University - MSc in Forensic Computing 
Description: This course will provide students with the skills and knowledge required in order to apply computing and forensic science to crime investigation. Students will be able to expand their knowledge of how computers operate and communicate, as well as issues related to networking and Web technologies, in order to develop the skills required to be able to use computers as a crime investigative tool. The course comprises both advanced computer science and particular developments in forensic sciences. The course is supported by external collaboration with the government forensic laboratory.
Added on: 04-Jan-2008 Hits: 824
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Cranfield University - Forensic Computing MSc/PgDip/PgCert 
Description: Forensic computing is a dynamic area of criminal investigation, with new tools, techniques and methods constantly available to both the investigator and the investigated. The Forensic Computing MSc, PgDip and PgCert courses reflect this forensic computing environment with their mixture of essential fundamentals, current knowledge and experience, and practical expertise. The courses are offered only as part-time courses.
Added on: 04-Jan-2008 Hits: 799 Rating: 10.0 (2 Votes)
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De Montfort University - BSc(Hons) Forensic Computing 
Description: BSc Hons Forensic Computing has been developed in conjunction with regional electronic crime law enforcement specialists. It is built around three broad themes: technical, professional and evidential. Roughly half of each year is spent studying technical computing, one quarter studying the professional framework in which the investigator must operate, and one quarter involved with handling evidence.
Added on: 04-Jan-2008 Hits: 725
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Digital Detective Forensic Training 
Description: Our forensic training will equip you with the skills required to utilise our software effectively in your digital forensic examinations. You will learn how to unlock the full power of our software through real life scenarios, case studies and hands-on practical exercises. Our courses are taught by highly skilled and knowledgeable practitioners with extensive experience in the field of digital forensics.
Added on: 23-Feb-2012 Hits: 785
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IntaForensics - Introduction to Computer Forensics & Incident Response 
Description: The One day Computer Forensics & Incident Response course is designed to train delegates in the procedures required for handling Computer Misuse & Incident Response. Delegates are shown how to handle digital evidence in accordance with the current UK legislation and the ACPO guidelines
Added on: 03-Mar-2009 Hits: 916
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Kingston University London - BSc(Hons) Cyber Security and Computer Forensics joint honours 
Description: The course covers a broad range of computing techniques and technologies, with a special emphasis on detecting the misuse of computer systems via the internet and personal users. You will initially study core computing principles and practice, before moving on to the specialised skills you’ll need for detecting and preventing the abuse and misuse of computers.
Added on: 04-Jan-2008 Hits: 734 Rating: 8.0 (1 Vote)
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Northumbria University - Computer Forensics (BSc (Hons)) 
Description: This 4-year sandwich degree programme provides a professional education in the theory and practice of computing, with special emphasis on the principles, techniques, theory and applications central to computer forensics. With the growth in computer crime the field of computer forensics has developed. Computer forensics covers areas of prevention, detection and correction as well as coverage of legal and professional issues all of which focus on the practice of obtaining legally safe evidence of criminal activity. The programme covers the underlying computer principles of programming, problem-solving, design networks and databases, and as such has much in common with other programmes in the computing portfolio.
Added on: 04-Jan-2008 Hits: 932
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Northumbria University - Digital Forensics (Postgraduate Certificate) 
Description: Students completing this course will have relevant skills in resolving digital forensics cases, analysing digital evidence, maintaining evidential integrity and evidential continuity,problem solving, working in a professional and ethical manner, understanding the requirements of an expert witness, documenting digital evidence investigations and communicate effectively (in writing and orally) at the appropriate business and technical level with users, management, customers and technical specialists in such a way as to meet legal regulations, requirements and audit trails and be able to present digital evidence in court.
Added on: 04-Jan-2008 Hits: 1001
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UCD MSc in Digital Investigation and Forensic Computing 
Description: This MSc covers all aspects of digital investigations from legislation and crime scene processing to digital forensics, reverse engineering, and forensic reporting. It is available either full time (1 year) or part time (2 years) using distance learning.
Added on: 07-Aug-2017 Hits: 149
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