Working in the Cyber Crime Scene
This course is designed to be delivered in-house to police officers and staff. It will give cyber investigators, CSIs and DFIs a practical understanding of the basics of capturing data from live computers, conducting wireless surveys and examining routers. Whether you choose the one- or two-day version, the basics of the content are the same:
Volatile data capture including RAM capture
Imaging on scene
USB device location
Course Delivery - Classroom
We will deliver this course at your site for up to 10 delegates. Every delegate will be supplied with a laptop with all of the necessary tools and equipment installed, so that they can get hands on and learn by doing. Equally, you can bring along tools that you already use.
This is very much a practitioner's course - and delegates will be hands on throughout the training. We currently offer two versions of the course to cater for different levels of learner, all containing the same content, but delivered at a different pace:
1 Day Course - for teams with a good technical understanding and perhaps some experience in examining live computers.
2 Day Course - teams who need to spend a bit more time understanding the technical concepts and who want more practice and a slower pace.
What do our learners say about working in the cyber crime scene:
I found the course very informative, it cover a good range of subjects in an easy to understand format. You did not have to have a comprehensive technical knowledge to understand how to perform this very useful intelligence. I found the trainer's training techniques to be engaging and he made an intensive course enjoyable and more importantly the information has been absorbed. HB, Cybercrime Investigator
The course was a fast paced well delivered course with a good mix of practical and theory. It covered the key points well and has given the confidence to conduct investigations at scene. Steve was a very good trainer and engaged with all learners very well. He aimed the course at the right level and was very good at explaining technical information to staff with a lesser technical knowledge. He made the course fun, enjoyable and funny. LG, Suffolk Constabulary