Course Level: Intermediate
March 14, 2019
London, United Kingdom
Training materials included
Triage is the process of reviewing data to determine the appropriate actions based on the severity of the situation and the importance or relevance of the data. In this course participants will learn all about triage procedures: from arriving to the crime scene to the complete triage of data on target machines in just a few minutes. The aforementioned skills are critically important in situations when time is of the essence. In addition, the same procedures can be applied even when performing dead box analysis when it is common procedure to preview the data and then, based on what is visible perform processing. By utilizing triage procedures overall processing and reporting time can be radically reduced since it is not necessary to analyse all data. Participants will also learn how to work with the most popular tools for digital forensic evidence triage.
To obtain the maximum benefits from this class, students should be able to understand the course curriculum presented in English, perform basic operations on a personal computer and be familiar with the Microsoft Windows environment.