Cyber Crime & Teams
The fight against cyber crime requires a coordinated approach within the investigation. It is important that everyone, who contributes to a cyber crime investigation, has at least the same basic knowledge. For example, regarding the different forms of cyber crime and the associated investigative opportunities. During this cyber crime training, the following topics will be discussed: computer technology and networks, Internet technology encryption, IP interception and more. We will also discuss and practice subjects such as documenting investigation results, risk of compromise during the investigation and the legal framework. During the training, participants can immediately put their newfound or enlarged knowledge into practice through our cases.
For whom is this training intended?
This training is suitable for investigators who structurally work on / come into contact with both simple and complex cyber crime investigations.
What will you learn during the training?
At the end of this training, the participants are aware of the trends, developments, opportunities and threats surrounding cyber crime. Additionally, they can document reports of cyber crime. During their investigation, they will know which network devices could contain traces and which online sources like social media have added value. Tools like Facebook, WireShark and Linux Command are used to advance their investigation. They recognise different types of malware, the different cryptocurrencies and techniques behind it and can recognise the opportunities within the Dark Web.
The training can be provided in English; both in class and online (in consultation). Furthermore, the training courses are modular, making it possible to compose a customized training with matching casuistry.
This 10 day training is divided over several weeks. Below you find the available training data:
Option 1: September 14-16 and 21-23, October 1-2 and 8-9
Option 2: October 19-21 and 28-30, November 12-13 and 23-24