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Free Training: Introduction to computer forensics and investigations

Online education gains more popularity and acceptation among students around the World. There are multiple organization, providing quality courses on different topics, giving ability to the working adults to get professional knowledge on particular topic with convenience of studying at home at the flexible schedule. You may or you may not get official transferrable credits towards your future degree, but many people are not so interested in formal certificates and records of completion. There is sufficient amount of the training sessions you can complete for free, so you have no excuse that you cannot afford to “go back to school”.

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Training Course: Introduction to computer forensics and investigations

This unit is an easy introduction to some of the issues both in data privacy and computer forensics - with a few easily available tools people can reveal the stored passwords on their computer and access previously deleted data so it is a good practical demonstration as well as being easily accessed.

Part of the interest and excitement of the area of digital investigations is that it is multi-disciplinary and there are always new things to learn.

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The training course will address the following topics:

* Getting a basic understanding on the role of computer forensics in both the business and private world.
* Introduction to the several important current techniques and tools for forensic examinations.
* Familiarization and simple identification of the basic principles of good professional practice for a forensic computing practitioner.
* Getting familiar with some forensic tools and gaining basic knowledge on how to apply them in different situations.

Duration: 6 hours.

Format: Self-study.

Prerequisites: Basic familiarity with computer software and hardware.

Training institution: OU- The Open University, UK.

The Open University is a world leader in modern distance learning, the pioneer of teaching and learning methods which enable people to achieve their career and life goals studying at times and in places to suit them. The OU has developed its own style of distance learning called 'supported open learning'.
Open learning means our students work wherever they choose - in their own homes, workplace or at a library or study centre - and can plan their study around their other commitments.

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