Sunday, September 6, 2009

ICFE Course

ICFE CG will be organising a 1-Day Masterclass on "Understanding Cyber Crime and introduction to Digital Forensics", on 19 November 2009 in Parkroyal Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

For more details click here.

Course Introduction:

Forensics is the application of science and technology to civil and criminal legal investigations. While most forensics programs focus on the traditional approaches — fingerprints, DNA, photography — the CSI World Headquarters inauguration program targets cyberforensics — forensic analysis and procedures of the new millennium.
The CSI-CyberForensics program focuses on the basics of computer forensics with an emphasis on the legal aspects and techniques for such investigation.

There is a whole new science to collecting evidence and ensuring it will be admissible in a court of law. In the computer age, systemic risk investigators must learn to catch someone who has committed a crime when the evidence is most likely to be found on that suspect's computer, PDA, cell phone, MP3 player, or other digital device. It's often highly sensitive data that, if mishandled, can be corrupted and lost forever.

Because computer-aided systemic risk and identity theft are on the rise with no end in sight, computer forensics training is essential for the modern systemic risk investigator. In America, the FBI sponsors the Regional Computer Forensics Laboratories (RCFLs) staed by local, state and federal law enforcement personnel to meet this very pressing need. In this rst CSI World Headquarters Malaysian Chapter inauguration meeting, CSI instructors will share their knowledge with the registered participants on this very interesting and exciting tool in cybercrime investigation.

You can expect more computer forensics labs to start appearing around the world, as digital experts continue to emerge and branch out. The career prospect in this specialized eld is just beginning to be realized. This is an opportunity to be a Certied System Investigator and a chance to be ahead of the market place in the world of digital forensics and cybercrime investigation.



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