San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Investigating the Threats of Computer Crime
Threats of computer crime against an organisation's infrastructure are continually growing. If you want to keep up to date and deepen your knowledge of the latest threats, counter-measures and evidence-capture techniques then this short course is ideal for you.
What will you learn?
Over the duration of this course you will be introduced to the field of Computer Forensics moving quickly onto more detail around some of the theory and techniques within it as a discipline, including relevant concepts and processes. Practical sessions throughout will serve to reinforce knowledge gained during the class sessions.
• What is computer forensics?
• Introduction to network security
• Information-hiding techniques
• Introduction to Windows Operating System Artefacts
• Searching and bookmarking
• Performing a forensics investigation
Who is the course for?
• Anyone interested in understanding computer forensics either for general interest or who have some responsibility for ICT security within their organisation
• You do not need any prior knowledge of computer forensics though you should have a basic knowledge of IT and computer use
• The tutors are highly experienced teachers and experts in computer security and forensics
• Classes are small, allowing plenty of scope for questions and discussion
• Attendees will be encouraged to keep in touch with each other and the tutors after the course for on-going support and advice
• You will receive a Certificate of Completion when you successfully complete this course
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of IT and computer use
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Telephone: 0208 331 7688
What is the refund policy?
The University of Greenwich reserves the right to cancel a course up to 14 days before an event and all payments received will be refunded in full to delegates.
A delegate can cancel their registration up to 14 days before the event and received a full refund. If the cancellation is received between 7 and 14 days before an event the delegate is eligible for a refund of 50%. If the cancellation takes place less than 7 days before an event the delegate is not eligible for a refund.
The name on the registration / ticket doesn’t mat the attendee. Is that okay?
The name on the registration must be the name of the attendee. If the named delegate cannot attend the course they should contact the event organisers at no later than 7 days before the course to discuss any changes. It is at the discretion of University of Greenwich as many courses cannot be transferred to other participants due to stipulations from the associated course body.
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