EnCase Forensic v7 CPD Course

09/03/2013 - 16/03/2013

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Digital Forensics is a growth areas within Computing, especially as organisations become highly dependent on their information infrastructures. A key element of this is in the investigation of digital information either within a criminal context, or to be able to investigate an intruder attack. One of the most widely used software tools within digital forensics is EnCase, which is the most widely accepted within a law enforcement context.

At present, Edinburgh Napier University is an EnCase Center of Excellence and runs a range of academic courses. It thus aims to provide state-of-the-art training with industry standard software.

This course provides an introduction to EnCase Forensic v7 using hands-on labs, and will give attendees highly sought after professional skills in digital forensics, and to study towards the EnCase professional certification.
EnCase Forensic v7 CPD Course is a Continuing Professional Development project funded by CPD. Carried out in collaboration with and others. For further information please refer to .
 
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Project Team

Richard Macfarlane
Lecturer
r.macfarlane@napier.ac.uk
+44 131 455 2335

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