TCWF and TCNF are part of the training programs in the Digital Forensics field developed by ThinkCyber. Students that will be certified are able to conduct Digital Forensics investigations, help identify intrusions and more.
BECOME A CYBER FORENSICS EXPERT
To become certified, a student needs to complete ThinkCyber's online program and pass the hands-on exam. For a hands-on experience, each student receives access to virtual simulations where techniques that are learned within the course, can be practiced.
Network Forensics relates to the monitoring and analysis of computer network traffic for the purposes of information gathering, legal evidence, or intrusion detection. Unlike other areas of digital forensics, network investigations deal with volatile and dynamic information. Network traffic is transmitted and then lost, making network forensics a proactive investigation.
Windows Forensics is a subfield of cyber forensics that is geared towards Windows systems. Given the number of Windows systems in use, an understanding of Windows forensics is crucial in order to mitigate the damage done by an attacker.
HOW TO BECOME CERTIFIED
Register for TCWF or TCNF.
The student receives an online version of the cyber forensics book.
After reading the forensics book, the student starts his online hands-on training.
The student gets eight (8) scenarios to practice real scenarios, in Windows and Network forensics.
At the end of the training, students will enter a final scenario that will test their capabilities.
Students that will pass, will be granted a ThinkCyber certification.