If you want to learn about computer forensics and cybercrime investigation or if you want to become an investigator, this course is for you!
I have a lot of experience in computer forensics. I have worked on more than 3 000 cybercrime cases as an investigator. Currently, I am helping Indian law enforcement agencies in combating cybercrime. I have created this course to transform your life from what you are right now to what you could become!
Digital Forensics Combat The Crime of Today
Today's world is cyber so it is no surprise that computer crime is on the rise. Police, government institutions and even corporate entities use computer forensics tools to solve cases related to computer and digital devices.
Whether you are starting out and do not even know what is computer forensics, or if you are an established professional, this course will help you start a new career or develop an existing one. Having a computer forensic investigator certificate is extremely valuable in the network security community.
You Will Learn Forensic Analysis and A Lot More
The World Is Getting More Dangerous
There are many types of cybercrime: financial fraud crimes, cyber terrorism, cyber extortion, cyberwarfare. Your own computer can be used for such cyber crimes as identify theft, phishing, spam.
It is not easy to definitely say how much does cybercrime cost to the global economy. Reuters reported in 2014 that the annual damage to the economy might be as high as 445 billion USD. A 2016 study by Juniper Research came to a conclusion that the damage could go even higher and reach 2.1 trillion by 2019.
One fact is obvious - as long as our world is getting more cyber, as long as we are buying more devices which are more and more complex, opportunities to commit cybercrimes will rise.
The only way to combat the rising cybercrime is to know more than the cybercriminals do. You must understand how to cyberwarfare works because this problem is not going away on its own. A more complex world can only bring more complex challenges to every one of us. The only way out is to be educated and to be ready.
Become a Computer Forensics Investigator!
Complete this course and find out how to use the tools and techniques used by most forensic science laboratories which work on solving computer-related crimes.
Have a Joyful Journey of Learning!