Programme Brief

This course is an introduction to the computer forensic process. It is designed to give attendees a key understanding of basic Digital forensics, its requirements and processes involved in an investigation.

 

Upon completion of this program, students can move on to the Network Forensic Investigation program.

 

CONTACT HOURS

This course is covered in 24 contact hours

 

INDICATIVE CONTENT

The following is a list of the main topics that will be covered during this course:

  • Identify What is Computer Forensics
  • Identify Methods of Approaching a Crime Scene
  • Determine Differences Between Private vs Public Crimes
  • Identify Digital Evidence
  • Understand How to Gather Digital Evidence
  • Identify Requirements for a Forensic Lab
  • List Requirements for a Forensic Workstation
  • Identify and List Key Concepts of Windows Forensics and its Process
  • Identify Network Attacks and its Prevention
  • Identify Concepts of Mobile Forensics

 

SCHEDULE

Champs Fleurs

Start DateEnd DateDaysTimeCost
9-Apr-182-May-18M/W5:30pm - 8:30pm$2,500
23-Jun-1814-Jul-18Sat9:00am - 4:00pm$2,500
7-Aug-1830-Aug-18T/T5:30pm - 8:30pm$2,500
29-Oct-181-Nov-18M-Th9:00am - 4:00pm$2,500

Please note: All information provided is subject to change without prior notice.

 

Register early for courses scheduled in 2018 and earn 10% off tuition. Offer valid until 16 December 2017

 

 


  • 1 month
  • Champs Fleurs

Basic knowledge of IT and Computer Literate

  • Administration fee: $150 to be paid on registration.
  • Registration deadline: One week before the scheduled start date of the class.
  • Late Administration fee: $175 will be charged if registration is within one week of the scheduled start date of the course.
  • Payment Plan: A credit price, usually 10% more than the cash price, is available if necessary.  The down payment is 60% of the credit price plus the administration fee. The remainder is paid in installments before the end of the course.

For further details please email cite-it@sbcs.edu.tt or call the numbers below:

  • Champs Fleurs – (868) 663-7227 extensions 1092/3/9
  • San Fernando – (868) 652-2388 / (868) 653-6331 / (868) 657-2681 extensions 1430/1/2
  • Trincity – (868) 640-7090 / (868) 640-7490 extensions 1511/51

Programme Content

The following is a list of the main topics that will be covered during this course:

  •  Identify What is Computer Forensics
  • Identify Methods of Approaching a Crime Scene
  • Determine Differences Between Private vs Public Crimes
  • Identify Digital Evidence
  • Understand How to Gather Digital Evidence
  • Identify Requirements for a Forensic Lab
  • List Requirements for a Forensic Workstation
  • Identify and List Key Concepts of Windows Forensics and its Process
  • Identify Network Attacks and its Prevention
  • Identify Concepts of Mobile Forensics