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Looking for a career in Cyber Forensics?
We have an offer!
Here’s an opportunity to procure an Internship, Training, Professional Experience, Real-time exposure to Cyber Forensics and even opportunities to earn – Everything in one!
Benefits of joining us:
1. Get an Experience Certificate
2. Get Cyber Forensics & Cyber Law Training Certificate
3. Work on real-time projects and live cases
4. Work with experienced professionals
5. Earn rewards and awards
6. Unlimited guidance
7. Get paid by working on real-time clients
8. Job Guaranteed
The Cyber Forensics & Cyber Law training is divided into three modules that would cover most of the aspects of the Forensics domain.
With this training, you would get an opportunity to work in every industry sector and entity.
such as the Police
Department, IT Organizations, and also as an individual consultant too.
So this will be Internship + Training, where you will be working on the real-time cases as part of the internship and get training on how to work on each of the cases as part
of the training.
The training modules and contents are very unique and are developed by the working professionals in the respective profiles and the training would also be delivered by the respective working professionals themselves.
We can challenge you to
find such content anywhere else!
Module 1 - Legal
Module 2 - Forensics
Module 3 - Investigation
Module 1 - Legal
This domain will cover the legal aspects as per our country’s regulations. This domain will help you to understand how the respective Government departments work, different types, complaint drafting, legal proceedings, etc.
Since we work with the Police departments, we are aware of the structure and
working and the curriculum is drafted according to the same which is in real-time.
Administrative Divisions in India: Different departments like cybercrime, CID, Narcotics, ACB(Anti-corruption bureau ), etc. Judicial system(Civil, Consumer) Police Hierarchy?
Complaint types: NC, FIR, etc.
Legal Proceedings: How to report and how the reporting system works in hierarchy or the proceedings
- Code Of Criminal Procedure,1973
Indian Laws: Overview of various laws such as Cyber Law, IPC, etc. and its significance
- Civil and Criminal Law, etc.
- Evidence Act 1983
- IT Act 2003
Cyber Crimes: Various cybercrimes to be covered. such as POSCO, Fraud- financial fraud, Job Fraud, Sextortion, Cheating, social media crimes( hacking social media account), Defamation, etc.,
- Theft of Trade Secrets
- Corporate or Employee Malfeasance
- External Breach
- Civil Discovery
Evidence Handling: Duties of First responder, Chain of Custody, Incident Response.
IT Act 2000: IT Sections
Reporting: Understand all about How to do Reporting properly!
- Importance of reporting
- Details that need to be added
- Evidence attachment
- complaint draft
- Report drafting
Case Studies: Based on solved cases, and Cold Case Studies.
Case Scenarios: *Live Cases
Module 2 - Forensics
Module 3 - Investigation
Make sure to watch our demo video!
This is a 100% job-guaranteed program wherein you would be either promoted in our company with a fixed stipend or assisted for jobs outside.
In the end, you would have a training certificate and an experience certificate to kick start your career further.
Please note that there would be no spoon-feeding done.
And If you think you are a quick learner, hard worker, and truly passionate about Cyber Forensics enroll now and we shall take care of the rest.
Qualifications = Anyone who has completed or pursuing their graduation or post-graduation can apply.
Even those who are in the first, second, or final year can join us. Required feasibility and time will be granted during examination time.
Interested in the opportunity?
Cyber forensics training is a type of education or instruction that is designed to provide individuals with the knowledge, skills, and techniques needed to conduct investigations and analyze digital evidence related to cybercrime or other computer-related incidents.
The training usually covers various aspects of digital forensics, such as computer systems and network architecture, data recovery and analysis, legal and ethical issues, and incident response.
Participants will learn how to use specialized tools and software to identify and recover evidence from digital devices, such as computers, mobile phones, and storage media.
Here is why you must join us:
- Get an Experience Certificate
- Get Cyber Forensics & Cyber Law Training Certificate
- Work on real-time projects and live cases
- Work with experienced professionals
- Earn rewards and awards
- Unlimited guidance
- Get paid by working on real-time clients
- Job Guaranteed
Anyone who has completed or pursuing their graduation can apply for this training.
Yes, cyber forensic training is easily available in India.
To learn cyber forensics, you must enroll in our training program and start immediately.
The actions required in computer forensics are:
The first stage is to identify the digital device or network that needs to be looked into. Computers, servers, mobile phones, and other electronic gadgets may fall under this category.
Keeping the data on the digital device or network after it is located is crucial to stop further modifications or changes. A forensic picture or data clone can be made to accomplish this.
Analyzing the information gathered during the preservation phase is the next stage. Reviewing the data is necessary to find any evidence pertinent to the inquiry.
EnCase, FTK (Forensic Toolkit), X-Ways Forensics, Wireshark, and Autopsy are a few tools that are frequently used in cyber forensics instruction.
Students are taught how to use these tools to learn about the different methods and tools used in digital inquiries, such as data collection, analysis, reporting, network protocol analysis, and data recovery.
Cyber forensics and cyber security are two related but separate computer and network security disciplines. The following are the two's major distinctions:
The main goal of cyber security is to guard against unauthorized entry to networks, computer systems, and sensitive data. Defending against cyber threats entails putting security measures like firewalls, antivirus software, intrusion detection and prevention systems, and access limits.
On the other hand, cyber forensics focuses on studying and examining digital devices or networks to compile evidence for legal or disciplinary actions. It entails using forensic methods and equipment to gather, store, and examine digital proof of a theft or incident.
To investigate and stop cybercrime, law enforcement officers undergo specialized "cyber police training." This training usually covers a variety of subjects related to internet investigations, cyber security, and digital forensics.
Just count on us to get into cyber forensics, but ensure you have the specified qualification.