CHFI V10 Course Overview

CHFI V10 Course Overview

The CHFI V10 course, standing for Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Version 10, is designed to provide learners with extensive knowledge and skills in the field of digital forensics. This course equips individuals to conduct computer investigations using groundbreaking digital forensics technologies. It's an ideal certification for those seeking to become certified hacking forensic investigators, with a curriculum that covers a wide array of essential topics.

Learners will delve into the nuances of computer forensics in today's world, understand the comprehensive computer forensics investigation process, and familiarize themselves with various file systems and hard disks. The course also covers techniques for data acquisition and duplication, defeating anti-forensics methods, and provides insights into operating system forensics including Windows, Linux, and Mac.

Additionally, the CHFI V10 course discusses network forensics, web attack investigation, dark web forensics, database forensics, cloud forensics, email investigations, malware forensics, mobile forensics, and the emerging field of IoT forensics. With the CHFI Certification, learners are well-prepared to tackle challenges in digital forensic investigations and enhance their careers as competent forensic analysts.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure that participants can make the most of the CHFI V10 (Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator) course offered by Koenig Solutions, certain foundational knowledge and skills are recommended. Here are the minimum prerequisites:

  • Basic understanding of the Windows operating system and its functionality.
  • Familiarity with file systems, such as FAT, NTFS, or EXT.
  • Knowledge of networking principles, including TCP/IP and other networking protocols.
  • Awareness of cybersecurity concepts and the significance of digital evidence in forensic investigations.
  • Ability to operate a computer system and use various software applications effectively.
  • Basic problem-solving skills and attention to detail.

Please note that while these prerequisites are aimed at ensuring a productive learning experience, the CHFI V10 course is designed to accommodate a range of learners, including those with limited exposure to some of these areas. Motivation and a willingness to learn are as important as pre-existing knowledge.

Target Audience for CHFI V10

The CHFI V10 course equips professionals with advanced forensic skills to analyze cyberattacks and gather digital evidence.

  • Information Security Analysts
  • Digital Forensics Investigators
  • Incident Response Team Members
  • Cybersecurity Consultants
  • Law Enforcement Officers and Government Agents
  • IT Auditors
  • Network Administrators with a security focus
  • Legal Professionals
  • Risk Assessment Professionals
  • Military and Defense Personnel
  • Compliance Officers
  • Forensic Analysts
  • Cybersecurity Enthusiasts

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this CHFI V10?

  1. The CHFI V10 course equips learners with comprehensive skills in computer forensics, including investigation techniques, evidence acquisition, and countering anti-forensic methods.

  2. Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand the role and scope of computer forensics in the digital age, including legal and ethical considerations.
  • Learn the systematic forensic investigation process, from initial response to reporting.
  • Gain knowledge of hard disk structures and file systems to analyze and interpret forensic evidence.
  • Master techniques for data acquisition and duplication while ensuring the integrity and admissibility of evidence.
  • Identify and counteract various anti-forensics techniques that may hinder the investigation process.
  • Acquire skills to perform forensic investigations on Windows operating systems, including artifact analysis and recovery.
  • Explore forensic examination procedures for Linux and Mac OS, understanding their file systems and structures.
  • Analyze network traffic and logs to uncover evidence in network forensics.
  • Investigate web attacks by examining web servers, web application logs, and browser artifacts.
  • Delve into dark web forensics to trace illicit activities and understand the challenges posed by anonymization technologies.
  • Conduct database forensics to recover, analyze, and secure data from various database systems.
  • Understand the nuances of cloud forensics and the techniques to investigate cloud storage and services.
  • Learn methodologies to investigate email crimes, including tracing, recovery, and analysis of email evidence.
  • Analyze malware to determine its origin, functionality, and impact on the affected systems.
  • Explore mobile forensics to recover and analyze data from mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets.
  • Examine the challenges and methodologies involved in IoT device forensics, focusing on the growing number of smart devices.