Part A will introduce participants to the basics of internet investigations, roles of commercial telecommunication entities, IP addressing and IP-based investigations, acquiring and preserving a webpage, different virtualisation technologies and basic scripting. It will also focus on successful browser-based investigations, available tools to improve operational secrecy, identification of log types to aid investigations and available tools to help log analysis.
Part B will focus on malware analysis and different types of malware evasive techniques, emails, components of email archives and headers and types of email attacks, and challenges in forensic procedures and email investigations. Participants will also learn threat intelligence gathering and methodology, the process of collecting, processing, correlating and reporting data, familiarising with social media intelligence gathering and understanding of Deepweb and Darknet.
This module is part of Advanced Cert in Cyber Forensic.