When cyber-crime strikes, are you qualified to respond to the attack?
Global Edulink recognises that there is always opportunity for hackers to penetrate your company’s system and as such have developed this excellent Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator CHFI course, offering you the chance to become an expert equipped with the skills and knowledge to respond to any cyber-crime attack. Our official online CHFI course provides you with the entire digital forensics process, tools, and techniques to identify a cyber-criminal and gather the necessary evidence in order to prosecute. You will learn how to secure the scene, collect evidence, and undertake testing in the lab.
A computer hacking forensic investigation is the process of detecting hacking attacks and properly extracting evidence to report the crime and conduct audits to prevent future attacks. Computer forensics is simply the application of computer investigation and analysis techniques in the interests of determining potential legal evidence. This evidence can be sought in a wide range of computer crimes or misuse, including, but not limited to, theft of trade secrets, theft of, or destruction of intellectual property, and fraud. Computer forensic investigators can draw on an array of methods for discovering data that resides in a computer system, or recovering deleted, encrypted, or damaged file information. Securing and analysing electronic evidence is a central theme in an ever-increasing number of conflict situations and criminal cases.
Furthermore, our online course is so well designed you will feel that you are in the classroom! This course is comprised of professionally narrated e-Learning modules, interactive quizzes, tests and exams. All delivered through a system that you will have access to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for 365 days (12 months). An effective support service and study materials will build your confidence to study effectively and guide you to secure your qualification.
You will learn:
- The process of investigating cyber-crime and the laws involved
- How to obtain search warrants
- How to search and seize digital forensic evidence with or without a warrant
- The roles of a first responder and their toolkit
- Different types of digital evidence
- How to gather volatile and non-volatile information from Windows
- Data acquisition and duplication rules
- How to recover deleted files and deleted partitions
- The process involved in forensic investigation
- Steganography and its techniques
- Password cracking concepts, tools, and types of password attacks
- How to manage wireless and web attacks, and email crimes
Who is it for?
- This accelerated programme caters to students with introductory to intermediate experience in computer forensics. Students will gain the essentials necessary to immediately conduct examinations of digital media.
Benefits you will gain:
- High quality e-learning study materials and mock exams.
- Tutorials/materials from the industry leading experts.
- 24/7 Access to the Learning Portal.
- Benefit of applying NUS extra Discount Card.
- Recognised Accredited Qualification.
- Excellent customer service and administrative support.
This online training course is comprehensive and designed to cover the key topics listed under the course curriculum section below. This course has been designed for 20 guided learning hours.
- This course is available to all learners, of all academic backgrounds. However, having a good educational background will be advantage.
- Learners should be ages 16 or over to undertake the qualification.
- Good understanding of English language, numeracy and ICT are required to attend this course.
Successful candidates will be awarded a certificate in Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI) by iap.
To become a Certified CHFI you need to take the official exam. The official Exam is not included and needs to be purchased separately.
CHFI Exam (312-49) Format
- Number of Questions: 150
- Passing Score: 70%
- Test Duration: 4 Hours
- Test Format: Multiple Choice
Click Here to book your exam.
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- Penetration Tester
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- Cyber Analyst
|1. Fundamentals of Computer Forensics|
|Fundamentals of Computer Forensics||01:38:00|
|2. Forensics Investigation Methodologies|
|Forensics Investigation Methodologies||01:17:00|
|3. Guidelines for Searching and Seizing|
|Guidelines for Searching and Seizing||00:45:00|
|4. Definitions of Digital Evidence|
|Definitions of Digital Evidence||00:57:00|
|5. Guidelines for First Responder Procedures|
|Guidelines for First Responder Procedures||01:11:00|
|6. Forensics Laboratory|
|7. Understanding Hard Disks and File Systems|
|Understanding Hard Disks and File Systems||01:11:00|
|8. Windows Forensics Analysis|
|Windows Forensics Analysis||00:44:00|
|9. Digital Data Acquisition and Duplication|
|Digital Data Acquisition and Duplication||00:56:00|
|10. How to Recover Deleted Files and Partitions|
|How to Recover Deleted Files and Partitions||00:18:00|
|11. Using Access Data FTK|
|Using Access Data FTK||00:40:00|
|12. How to use EnCase|
|How to use EnCase||00:18:00|
|13. Steganography for the Computer Forensics Examiner|
|Steganography for the Computer Forensics Examiner||00:38:00|
|14. How to use Password Crackers|
|How to use Password Crackers||00:42:00|
|15. Usage of Log Correlation|
|Usage of Log Correlation||00:59:00|
|16. Process of Network Forensics|
|Process of Network Forensics||00:31:00|
|17. Understanding Wireless Network Attacks|
|Understanding Wireless Network Attacks||00:28:00|
|18. Types of Web Based Attacks|
|Types of Web Based Attacks||01:05:00|
|19. Investigating Email Crimes|
|Investigating Email Crimes||00:23:00|
|20. Process of Mobile Investigation|
|Process of Mobile Investigation||00:44:00|
|21. Techniques of Investigative Reports|
|Techniques of Investigative Reports||00:32:00|
|22. Definitions of Expert Witness|
|Definitions of Expert Witness||00:32:00|
|Mock Exam: Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI)||00:40:00|