Threats of computer crime against an organisation's infrastructure are continually growing. If you want to keep up to date and deepen your knowledge of the latest threats, counter-measures and evidence-capture techniques then this short course is ideal for you.

School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences

Date:  New dates to be published soon.

Location:  University of Greenwich, Old Royal Naval College, Park Row, Greenwich SE10 9LS

Threats of computer crime against an organisation's infrastructure are continually growing. If you want to keep up to date and deepen your knowledge of the latest threats, counter-measures and evidence-capture techniques then this short course is ideal for you.

Over the duration of this course you will be introduced to the field of Computer Forensics moving quickly onto more detail around some of the theory and techniques within it as a discipline, including relevant concepts and processes. Practical sessions throughout will serve to reinforce knowledge gained during the class sessions.

Topics Covered

  • Introduction to network security
  • Information-hiding techniques
  • Introduction to Windows Operating System Artefacts
  • Searching and bookmarking
  • Performing a forensic investigation

Who is the course for?

  • Anyone interested in understanding computer forensics either for general interest or who have some responsibility for ICT security within their organisation.
  • No prior knowledge of computer forensics is required although you should have a basic knowledge of IT and computer use.

26th to 28th May 2021, 9am – 5pm (3 days) 

Course Fees:           Standard Rate     Early Bird Rate 

Delegate                             £395                      £330 

 UofG Alumni                     £325                      £275 

 UofG Students/Staff      £265                      £225  

Disclaimer:   
Please note that due to changing COVID regulations these are provisional dates and prices. These both may differ slightly when close to commencing the courses.

Booking

To register your interest please email: FLAS-Shortcourses@gre.ac.uk.