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*Foundations in Digital Forensics
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*Foundations in Digital Forensics

This is a five-day course is designed for the investigator/examiner entering the field of digital forensics and provides the fundamental knowledge to comprehend and investigate incidents involving electronic devices. The course covers in depth architecture and functionality of the NTFS and FAT File Systems and their related metadata pertaining to stored objects on the physical media. Attendees will gain insight into partitioning structures and disk layouts and the effects of formatting volumes that contain existing data. File management and directory structure characteristics will be examined in detail as well as techniques for discovering potential evidence that maybe pivotal to a successful examination. This will be followed by topical areas of interest to include file headers and file hashing and recovery of deleted files and basic analysis of a windows-based system. This course incorporates an investigative scenario, providing hands-on experience with examination of collected evidence

What You Will Learn

What is Digital Forensics

General overview of the world of digital forensic investigations.

Reasons for a Forensic Investigation

Discussions on the events that would lead to a request for a forensic examination.

Discuss the types of forensic analysis

Outline the different types of analysis the examiner will encounter Discuss the challenges of each and questions that need to be asked before an examination begins
Describe the forensic and incident response process.

Incident Response Process

Discuss the role of the first responder Outline the stages of the incident response Review best practices in evidence collection Concepts of a digital fingerprint, HASHing Discussions in evidence recovery.


Partitioning and Format Review

Describe the differences between MBR and GPT partitioned disks Examine the structure of an MBR and GPT partitioned disk
Learn of the effects of formatting a volume to FAT
Learn of the effects of formatting a volume to exFAT

Learn of the effects of formatting a volume to NTFS.

FAT File System

Describe the structure and functionality of the system area Examine the concept of clusters and data area
Describe changes that occur when a file or folder is saved Examine the effects of data when a file is deleted

Describe the process to recover deleted files on a FAT volume.

NTFS File System deep dive

List file system support for each NT operating system Identify NTFS Metadata Files
List the function of each Metadata file
Describe a File Record Entry

List the components of an NTFS Attribute Examine the B+ Tree structure of directories Describe the effects of data when a file is deleted.

Operating Systems Overview

Learn to identify the core features of each NT Operating System List the key artifacts contained on modern systems
Identify and review common folders on a NT Operating System.

Windows® System Artifacts

Describe the purpose of User Account Control
Discuss the forensic importance of Windows Prefetch and Superfetch Learn how to examine ShadowCopies
Examine the function and forensic importance of the Recycle Bin.

Introduction to the Windows® Registry

Define the Windows Registry
Discuss Forensic benefits of examining the Registry
Introduction into the recovering evidentially relevant data from the following registry files:

SAM SYSTEM SOFTWARE NTUSER.DAT

Introduction into Windows® Shortcuts

Introduction to Windows Shortcuts Examine Link File Anatomy Introduction to Jump Lists and analysis.

Thumbnail Caching

Learn of the functions Windows uses to cache thumbnail images Discuss user interaction characteristics
Examine the internal structure of each cached database.

Microsoft Browser Examinations

Gain an overview of Internet Explorer Introduction to Microsoft Edge
Examine storage locations
Discuss implications of InPrivate browsing Introduction to ESE Database analysis

PREREQUISITES

To get the most out of this class, you should:
• Be familiar with Windows Operating systems.

CLASS MATERIALS AND SOFTWARE

You will receive a student manual, lab exercises and other class-related material.

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