Melbourne CBD, Victoria AUSTRALIA
14 - 25 OCTOBER 2024.
MCAA are grateful to have been selected as the IACIS trusted partner to assist in the first workshops in Australia.
BASIC COMPUTER FORENSIC EXAMINER
This class will give you access to the BCFE two week training course as well as automatic admission into the CFCE Certification Cycle.WHEN: October 14 -25 October, 2024
COST: $6000 AUD Dollars +GST
EQUIPMENT: All 2024 BCFE students will receive a laptop computer, training manuals, and other equipment to take home with them at the successful conclusion of the training event. This course will be taught using Windows operating system on the student and suspect images. (Equipment specifics subject to change)
COURSE SYLLABUS: BCFE Syllabus
BCFE COMPETENCIES: BCFE Competencies
CERTIFICATION: Attendance at BCFE entitles each member an attempt at the CFCE Certification process. Candidates will be enrolled in the CFCE cycle immediately following their BCFE class.
The Basic Computer Forensic Examiner (BCFE)
- is a 76-hour course of instruction that is offered over 2 consecutive weeks and is designed to provide students with a foundational knowledge of Computer Forensics to be able to enter into the IACIS Certified Forensic Coputer Examiner (CFCE) certification process.
This training involves a combination of lectures, instructor independent hands-on practical exercises, and independent laboratory activities which help the student learn the underlying principles of computer forensic theory and examinations and how to apply them.
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CYBER INCIDENT FORENSIC RESPONSE
The IACIS Cyber Incident Forensic Response (CIFR) Training Program is a 2-week course of instruction designed to provide students with detailed study of traces left behind on computers and networks unique to intrusions and malware incidents. At the conclusion of this course, students will have a clear understanding of responding to and managing intrusions and malware incidents, what artifacts are left during these incidents, and how knowledge of these artifacts can play a significant role in the forensic and investigative processes.
WHEN: October 14 -25 October, 2024 COST: $6000 AUD Dollars +GSTCIFR uses a real network environment in the classroom to simulate a corporate network, integrating actual network and domain architecture into the instruction to increase realism. Students interact with Windows and Linux VMs running on a Xen hypervisor server in the class, and are shown how their actions are presented at the local, domain and SIEM logging levels. The class has a large number of labs, based on a belief the student learns better by doing the task vs reading about the task in bullets on a slide presentation.Throughout the 2- week class students will cover topics and lab exercises that include:• LE tasked with conducting or supporting intrusion investigations• LE who have completed all other classes and are still looking for something to grow their skillset• Corporate IT security• Corporate IT admins• The first week ends with two log analysis labs drawn from real-world incidents.The second week ends with the students witnessing an attack, with a walkthrough of the attack process. Students then acquire RAM and a system image across the classroom network and spend Friday analyzing the RAM, image, and malware from the attack.
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IACIS - Workshops Melbourne CBD, Victoria AUSTRALIA
14 - 25 October 2024.