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Explore the technical and legal fundamentals for handling digital evidence. Follow a scenario-based approach to first response, including evidence gathering, preservation and data acquisition.

Major topics include coordinating a response approach, seizing evidence according to a scope of authority, and performing a legally defensible acquisition of data. Each real-world scenario includes hands-on activities using industry standard commercial and open source digital forensics tools.

Our noncredit digital forensics course is for anyone:

  • Interested in pursuing a career as a digital forensics professional.
  • Exploring this subject to supplement or transition into an academic program.
  • Wanting to enhance current job by learning new skills? 

NTW-555 Introduction to Digital Forensics: Evidence Handling and Incident Response

For a total of ten hours broken into a few sessions and scheduled to accommodate busy lifestyles, this course is a great way to gain new skills in the midst of having multiple obligations at work, home, and/or school.

This course is offered as a face-to-face option for those who want a hands-on experience. Explore real-world scenarios in our digital forensics lab which mimics the work environment found in a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF).  Our cutting-edge digital forensics classroom at CCPT was designed in collaboration with the Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3), pursuant to the Center of Digital Forensics Academic Excellence (CDFAE) designation.


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In order to meet the needs of the community, we continuously develop new trainings and courses. Call us at 410-777-1353 to inquire about any additional courses.

Our online courses can be scheduled on-demand to serve students who are seeking training on less in-demand topics or who have schedules that demand alternatives to our face-to-face schedules.

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