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Why is digital forensics so important? In today’s digital world, every organization is bound to be attacked and likely breached by a cyber adversary. Forensics can be used to determine if and how a breach occurred and also how to properly respond.
Digital Forensics and Cyber Crime with Kali Linux Fundamentals LiveLessons introduces you to the world of digital forensics and acts as a primer for your future forensic work. This is the course that will teach you the core concepts you need and also get you up and running with your own digital forensics career. Learn when a breach occurs, what actions you can take, and then how to learn from the breach to prevent future attacks. This video course also focuses on using open source technology available in the Kali Linux framework along with other tools to simplify forensic tasks. You will master the basics of digital forensics, learn best practices, and explore legal and forensic service concepts. This course is a must for anyone interested in starting their Digital Forensics career today.
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Who Should Take This Course
Any network or security professional who is concerned about being breached by a cyber threat. This includes people looking to develop an incident response plan, anyone with an interest in digital forensics, network engineers looking to beef up their security knowledge, and people involved with cyber security work.
Requires basic knowledge of Internet and networking technology.
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Lesson 1: Introduction to Digital Forensics
Lesson 2: Digital Forensic Investigations
Lesson 3: Getting Started with a Forensic Linux Workstation
Lesson 4: Data Duplication and Data Protection
Lesson 5: Collecting and Preserving Evidence
Lesson 6: Cracking Passwords
Lesson 7: Endpoint Forensics
Lesson 8: Introduction to Security and Network Concepts
Lesson 9: Introduction to Network Forensics
Lesson 10: Email Forensics
Lesson 11: Reverse Malware Engineering
Lesson 12: Forensic Case Studies